Visual collision


We were all moving along at about 60 miles per hour (96 km/h) when I snapped this shot. 

I was not driving!  That is, I was only “driving” my camera from the back seat of a car in the next lane.

Were we in bumper-to-bumper traffic?

These two cars were not as close as they appear—my telephoto lens provided the visual illusion of near collision—an interpretation of the prompt half and half.


A hundred feet of twisted twine

On the way to making a scratching post for a cat who thinks herself a lion, one hundred feet of twisted twine unrolled a delaying twist in plans as new shapes begged and frayed for camera time.


Canoe car

Canoe car

In the U.S.A., drivers sometimes apply a sticker with a symbol or slogan–sometimes humorous–on their back window or bumper.  I can only imagine this driver’s sticker reading “I’d rather be canoeing”.