Sunday, May 21, 2017

rush hour

Late afternoon at Main Street and Malin Road intersection



22 comments:

  1. That does look like a tangle of traffic in a narrow street. Interesting scene.

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  2. ...I would never be able to drive on the left.

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  3. I never understand why some countries drive at the left side of the road and others at the right side. Who ever thought about that and decided to do so?

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  4. Those big trucks cause problems everywhere Bill! That is a busy scene there, everyone looking forward to getting home for their dinner ☺

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  5. It's not only busy with traffic but busy with building lines and the skyline with the building cranes.

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  6. This is so typical of every city in the country. Gemma's comment about "tangle" describes it perfectly. Ten years ago, Ocala wasn't too bad in terms of traffic. Today, especially in the winter when all the snowbirds come down, it's horrific!

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  7. Accidents waiting to happen. LOL
    MB


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  8. It is a bit of a tangle, but I think that perhaps it could be worse? I guess it just doesn't look too, too bad to me. Busy but manageable.

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  9. I drove in Ireland without any problem on the 'wrong' side of the road. My only moments of embarrassment were when I went to the wrong side to get into the driver's seat.---And boy, I wish our traffic jams here only looked like this.

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  10. Time to be patient as a car driver ;)

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  11. Love the little red vehicle at right angles to the transport truck!

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  12. That is definitely a lot of traffic, Bill. Here in Montreal during rush hour, we have what we call 'bumper to bumper' traffic. I hope you have been having a great weekend.

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  13. It must have been a busy time of day!

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  14. I leave it to my husband to drive most times when we are abroad. Here I am used to so much roadwork and problems, so I try to avoid to drive in the rush hour, but if I have to I am pleased to have the radio and music in the car.

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  15. We drive on the left in South Africa. Yet when I worked in West Africa, I had to drive on the right!

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  16. Possibly a tight squeeze for the truck at times.

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  17. It looks like all cars in this small city in one place... Sorry, bad joke.

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  18. Looks only a bit busier than my small town rush hour....that's how I like it!

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  19. Not too bad compared to what we see here. Now that I'm retired I avoid getting on the road during rush hour!

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  20. Would that we had no more than this. I think the mini car is about to get crushed.

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  21. That red car adds character to the photograph!

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