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Monday, September 14, 2009


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Those were the days... and they talk of progress.


Nice shot! Same traffic here.

Calico Crazy

I lost both my grandparents in the last 20 months and I miss all the stories. I like the detail in this photo, if not what it represents.


It's funny how monochrome gives such a timeless feel to some shots. Especially since you can't see many of the cars as individuals in a gridlock. I was thinking how this shot could almost be from the 80s or 90s or 2000s, hard to tell which.

Intersting story about the trolly. I wish all of our communities had invested in more public transport instead of ending up with less in some cases. The days of almost every adult having a car seem to be numbered for many reasons. I'm hoping the triangle railway which has been planned for a long time becomes a reality where I live.


Wonderful slice of life shot ... involving in a good way

Kilauea Poetry

I'd liked to imagine Aunt Libby's depiction! "The beer hall, ordering hot dogs & hamburgers from a window to the street"-fantastic! This is definently a gridlock!

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