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Friday, October 28, 2011

Weekend reflection: Traffic mirror









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road down to the beach is quite steep, and cars with their boats have to be careful when they turn the bend.


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15 comments:

Ginny said...

We have little traffic cameras here.

Genie said...

I have wanted one of these mirrors for 33 years out here in the country. The cars speed up and down our road and I have to pull out so careful. Love the capture. You did a nice job. genie

Ebie said...

I see a lot of these mirrors in the Beverly Hills area.

Ann, I have read the same kind of comment in the course of my blog hopping this week, but I do not remember which blog. So far I have a spam blocker installed on my website.

Kay L. Davies said...

What a nifty mirror! Such a good idea.

Kay, Alberta, Canada
An Unfittie’s Guide to Adventurous Travel

James said...

The mirror reminds of a giant dental mirror.
Sorry to here that you've been getting offensive comments.

Have a nice weekend!

Riet said...

we saw some of these in Spain, very easy to look whois coming.

Francisca said...

Yeah, these traffic mirrors are very helpful. I've seen them in HK and in Bucharest; not in Manila that I can recall.

[I've also seen the moron promoting his misogynist message, but frankly, I just let nonsense like this slip like water off a duck's back. Just forget it; it's his bad karma.]

Pieces of Sunshine said...

Great capture as a reflection.

Greensboro Daily Photo said...

Ann:

Sorry you have been receiving offensive comments. We're experiencing a run of spam. The spammers are getting very sophisticated. They are either doing the word verification or are getting around it. They are posting right after our post self published for the day. The language is no longer gobbelty boop but very relevant comments like, "keep up the good work on your blog." And then it is some kind of store or outlet.

Don't give up on your efforts as your blog is such a nice contribution to the blogosphere!

Magia da Inês said...

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Olá, amiga!
Esses espelhos seriam muito úteis no meu país.
Bom fim de semana!
Beijinhos.
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Roberto Machado Alves said...

A good idea. The cameras are terrific.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Excellent reflection Ann, I certainly wouldn't like to try and manoeuvre a boat anywhere!!

Jackie said...

Great reflections.

I got the idiot message too, in my Spam box though, deleted it anyway. obviously an inadequate male.

Pat said...

Great shot of the traffic mirror reflection! I read your comment on another blog about getting offensive anonymous comments. I, too got a couple of anonymous offensive comments and I found a setting on blogger (I think it can be found on the "comments" tab) where you can choose a setting for comments that does not include anonymous ones. I've never (of course) gotten any anonymous comments again.

Luckaa said...

First I didn´t see you pic:), it is so small, but very nice and interesting!