Sunday, December 17, 2006

We only have one

And it's not even in the center of town - it's a mile or so past the shopping center, at the intersection of a very small side street - come to think of it I'm not sure why it's needed. Except I suppose every town needs one traffic light! If I were going to put one in, I'd put it where the school is, because the sight lines are poor there - it's hard to pull out into traffic on a busy morning.


Blogger Celine said...

Stayton, OR, has a whopping two full-fledged traffic lights. Both additions were big events. Fortunately they placed both of them in needed places. I hope Sharon gets one at the school. Safety for kids is very important.

Nice photo, by the way. I really like the angle.

9:04 PM  
Blogger Jing said...

the sky looks wonderful...even the purple colour!!
have a nice weekend.

shanghai daily photo

9:05 PM  
Anonymous maxx said...

History 101: had an ALMOST tragic accident years ago there..thus, the light was born....used also( I believe) to get south-bounders to kind of be wise that they are entering a town soon, and to start slowing down, which doesn't always work.. :(

Kool shot :)

10:29 PM  
Blogger Olivier said...

belle collection de feux tricolores. belle perspective et belles couleurs.
bon dimanche

beautiful collection of tricolour fires. beautiful prospect and beautiful colors. good Sunday

11:07 PM  
Blogger tr3nta said...

like this one very much...
no cars and still...

5:46 AM  
Blogger Mile Stones said...

You know something? That has made me realise with a quick mental survey that this town doesn't even have one set!
Maybe that's why the whole town was gridlocked this afternoon.

3:02 PM  
Anonymous Nathalie said...

These days they are into roundabouts rather than traffic lights both in Australia and France...
Great shot; it wasn't an easy subject !

9:27 PM  

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