I wanted to showcase more entries from the Fun at Work Photo Contest. We truly received some amazing submissions.
Don Isaac from District of West Vancouver submitted 5 entries- “The Phone Less Cord,” “Don Goofiness,” “Sea Monkey Burial at Sea,” “Tree and Boots” and “Glass Eye Collection.” Don and his team won Honorable Mention for these great entries!
The Phone Less Cord
“The Phone less cord” was a stolen humour joke. I sent the photo to management stating that I found a new electronic device that would save us money on phone calls. (A phone less cord)”
“Don Goofiness was taken on the day (Halloween) when the new Municipal Manager was coming for a tour of our Cemetery. He had never met us and so he didn’t know what we looked like. I walked over to the next building to greet him with the mask and hat and present him with a treat. (granola bar) The trick was I actually look fairly similar to what the mask hides (be it the mask has more hair) I try wear this mask every Halloween in the office for staff only. You should see what we do on April Fool’s Day. “
Sea Monkey Burial at Sea
“Sea Monkey Burial at Sea was taken a few years back. It came to be from a present we received from a Summer/Seasonal employee. He thought we needed a mascot/pet at the Cemetery. We couldn’t have a pet that moved like a cat etc. due to them setting off the motion sensors connected to the alarm system. Sea Monkeys were the solution and quite popular (we had them as kids) until the sad day when we had to say goodbye. Being Sea Monkeys they had to be buried at sea and so we introduced them to it. We even had a little stick puppet snowman say a few words.”
Tree and Boots
“Tree and Boots was a set up photo. Over night we had a ornamental plum tree fall down and so before we cut it up and removed it, I positioned my rain boots under it and took a photo. I eventually sent a copy of it to my friend the District Health and Safety Officer with the remarks I hate when this happens. “
Glass Eye Collection
“Glass Eye Collection” is just another sample of Cemetery Humour “