16 thoughts on “Somewhere On A Lonely Road

    • Thank you, Susan, stripping the colors out can radically alter almost any photo to create a sense of ethereal or even improve a photo that you don’t like. ☺️

  1. Every time I see your road signs, I think your speed is so slow. (thinking in metric). When we first got out Jeep, I accidentally switched the speedometer from kilometers to miles. I couldn’t figure out why 70 km per hour seemed so bloody fast driving through the industrial park. Oops. Have to keep these things straight.

    • Oh my gosh, I’m glad that you didn’t get a ticket or get hurt, Anne Marie! I’ve never been a fan of the metric system, and why should the States have two systems? I follow some folks in the UK and some of them always use our Imperial system. 🇬🇧🇺🇸🇨🇦

      • I thought the UK was Metric. I doubt that people even noticed how fast I was driving. Most of them were speeding – with a cell phone in one hand and a coffee cup in the other.

        • Man, that stuff really grinds my gears. 😞 I watched a woman in the car on my left at a traffic light today for possibly 45 seconds. She has no idea that her distraction could kill her and/or others. Sometimes they look up and are surprised to see someone watching them.

          • Cell phones scare me way more than anyone drinking and driving. Drinking and driving is dangerous, but at least lost drivers who have a couple of drinks can still see the road. Someone looking at a cell phone – you don’t have a chance.

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