On the streets of our town
Grace and I on the way back from the park. Near the intersection where I have frequent run ins with drivers who pay no heed to the pedestrian lights on the right turn. There's been more than one occasion when I have met their eye with an angry look and pointed to the walk sign and the child in the stroller. Or come close to thumping their windshields. As you can see, it's not a pretty corner. Like many of the main streets in our suburb.
I like it that Grace and I are both looking at the camera, which is resting on the window ledge of a business building. It's about five o'clock and most of the lights seem to have gone out. I would have preferred not to have cut my feet off, but compared to some of the others I've taken, that's a minor issue. The May street photography challenge is going to be even more of a technical challenge than I thought. Oh well, I guess I'll have learned a whole lot more by the end of the month, which has to be a good thing. Anyway, I'm really looking forward to seeing the streets of your town.
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