Home improvement is definitely not my thing. I get nervous touching 110 volt wires when it's time to install a lighting fixture. I'm really glad I don't live in Albania.
Arben Celi / Reuters
An Albanian man tries to fix a power line near his home in the Albanian capital Tirana July 18. Despite investments and improvements in the power supply over twenty years since Albania toppled communism, transmission lines are connected haphazardly and are often dangerous for those to venture to fix them. The CEZ utility cuts power to those who do not pay bills, but consumers often hook up on the grid and steal power. Picture taken July 18.