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Friday, October 16, 2009


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Rhapsody in blue.

Jane Mitchell

The first roundabout that I ever remember in N.C. was in Graham around the courthouse. Actually, it should be called a "surroundabout" since it does indeed circle the courthouse. I especially like the one on Greene St. in downtown Greensboro with the Barnhill statue of General Greene. JTM


I can handle this sized roundabout, but the ones in Washington D.C. with multiple stop lights and lanes almost did me in - awful, confusing, congested, and dangerous.


Wonderful twilight moment. Pretty blue. I didn´t know that roundabouts were so popular in France. They are all over the place in Finland too because they are so cheap to build and don´t require lights.


This is a fantastic idea and shot!

J Bar

Sydney - City and Suburbs


Roundabout is so popular here.
Such a pretty twilight. The glow ob the other side and the amazing moon on the other side. Great captures.


The only trip I ever made to DC and environs was spent mostly in the roundabout the Pentagon . . . I could see Arlington, but I couldn't get "slung off" on the correct exit. . .now days I would probably be interrogated as a possible terrorist if Icircled the pentagon as many times as I did them!
I love twilight, or gloamin' as the Scots would say . . . Entre chien and loupe from the Frence.


oh my....amazing twilight!..gorgeous one!

btw, thanks for coming by on my page!

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