Like most buildings built in Belfast over the last ten years, the Laganside Courts complex is a shiny glass-clad monument to modern architectural style.
Only problem is that the wall of glass faces the River Lagan and the biting wind. So the windows are always dirty.
Enter a team of cold, brave window cleaners. And given the high winds this week, they must have been working just below the limit that would ban cleaning at that height.
Oops ... dropped my chamois!
And watch out for space in-between the old and new courts that is being landscaped at the moment to build a bus lane (yes, limited traffic through the once oh-so-secure inner sanctum of justice) and lay a green lawn.