Left’n right or wrong’n right

An english car driver on the french roads
– or someone who thinks nobody else around.?

Traveling boxes

The english North Sea port of Felixstove, the gate to a worldwide connection.

All inspired from wonderful “Restlessjo” and her “Monday walk” themes.

Today, virtually almost everything are automated, but control isn’t avoided yet.

Smoothly city tracks

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Strasbourg cityscapes.

Apart from that we mustn’t lead the steering control ourselves,
so trams are a good invention which we had a lot gain from.
Both those who come as tourists and those who live in the neighborhood.

The danger of getting lost is a lot smaller by using the tram.

Your mind is your tram; it will take you any station you wish
*Mehmet Murat ildan – turkish playwright and novelist*

Tram is the literary and magical version of the train
*Mehmet Murat ildan – turkish playwright and novelist*

A wrong tram can’t take you to home, a wrong thought can’t take you to happiness
*Mehmet Murat ildan – turkish playwright and novelist*

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Wish to fly

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If many of the road users showed the same respect to others
– just as they expect or require others to do to them.
So traffic wouldn’t be a battle of life and death.

Motorists like asphalt kings, with the brain stored with the spare wheel behind in car trunk.
Cyclists as pirates on the sidewalk or pedestrian crossings with the brain on the rear wing.

So the “walk-troubled” dreams of the ability to fly.
Thus fly without being hit by road users.

The inspiring kick is from the daily prompt theme: “S/he said” (in fact they said nothing)

In the mood

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Gorgeous weather on the first sunday in May, even traffic obstacles seem unimportant.

It can be a sport to ‘translate’ a photo to a known song or title.
Just call me silly, but I do it often.

I can see clearly now the rain is gone.
I can see all obstacles in my way.
Gone are the dark clouds that had me blind.
It’s gonna be a bright (bright)
bright (bright) sunshiny day.
It’s gonna be a bright (bright)
bright (bright) sunshiny day.
(written by Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff)