Thursday, March 29, 2018

traffic lights

the lights are on a small stand so it seems they will be going to a working site somewhere.


19 comments:

  1. Sort of thing you see here as well

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  2. ...and off o work they go!

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  3. And then to think there are still a lot of countries were they have no lights at all.

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  4. Road works are everywhere in springtimes.

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  5. I enjoy your moment in time photos Bill.

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  6. These 'spring' up in spring all around the roads here as the winter potholes are mended!

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  7. A handy little truck to have around, too.

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  8. Hello Bill.
    Getting ready for Spring and for the tourists visiting Ireland!
    Great capture! Enjoy your day!
    Dimi...

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  9. The construction season begins!

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  10. I've never seen such traffic lights. Here they just shut down the road you've got to make do and find another route! :) This is a good idea, but again, our rednecks in their pickyup trucks would probably run them over!

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  11. For a few years I lived in a really small town. Actually it was so small it was called a village, not town. It was so small it only had one traffic light.

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  12. I love your header, Bill!!! It seems you are 'on the road' and it fits right in with the travels you make to take your pictures. Hope you and Shari have a wonderful, blessed Easter. xo Diana

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  13. Great new header though it's always an adjustment to see a driver on the opposite side from what I'm used to. Short stoplight is different, too.

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  14. A fun photo. I saw many good photo ops on our long drive to Atlanta yesterday but I was too busy gripping the steering wheel to take pictures! lol

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  15. Maybe they still have to be attached to their tall poles 😀 J'adore your new header shot Bill, always good to see people driving on the proper side of the road like what we do in Oz ☺

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  16. I'd say you are correct Sir!
    As a young lad our town didn't even have a stop sign, much less a stop light.

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