As the squeegee glides across the glass, droplets of soapy water trail off the rubber blade and disappear below. Most won't reach the ground: Most evaporate as they descend the 25 stories toward the pavement.
Yes, it's a long way down. But don't look down. Look out at the Baltimore only seen from a pigeon's perch, wind whistling in your ears and birds swooping around as you glide, stop, glide down a wall of windows.
Call it urban rock-climbing. Call it thrill-seeking. Call it a paycheck. It's just another day at work for Admiral Services Window Cleaners, who make many of Baltimore's skyscrapers glisten.