OMG what a traffic jam
Gosia, I think it took days to clear.
Shudder at the traffic.Awe and wonder at the other two shots. I would love to spend time at that cottage - with or without my partner.
EC, yes, maybe better alone perhaps.
Fun collection of photos.
Traffic jams! They're beginning to happen here too :(I like that isolated restaurant, what a great hideaway that would be.
River, and no annoying neighbours there either.
Even in my neck of woods I notice more traffic...And there many reason for this...Coffee is on
Dora, it seems a car is essential in many parts of the US.
I'd love to eat at the Rock Restaurant, but wouldn't fancy climbing those stairs.
Cro, labour is cheap there. Get a couple of strong lads to carry you up.
Just take one step at a time....
One would not want to be .05 BAC coming out of a dinner in that cute hut.Chinese road designers forgot the OFF ramps.You are right that the Russkis would have bulldozed those nifty pillars if there was the slightest sniff of a re$ource under 'em.
Ann, why not jump out into the lovely warm sea? I wouldn't like those pillars to be here even, if they had gas under them, gas being flavour of the month.
Just amazing those 3 photos.Hate to be in that traffic and in a hurry.
Margaret, people were only delayed by a few days. I remember hearing about it at the time and it was a queue at toll booths that just grew exponentially.
Three amazing and diverse wonders Andrew.. I will never complain about Perth freeway traffic again! ☺
Grace, the traffic we endure. You have no traffic problems.
These rocks are wonderful ! Wished I could see them in real ! Very special pictures anyway !!
Gattina, the rocks are a lot closer to you than me.
Democracy is all very well, but why give it to the people? - Audrey Forbes-Hamilton.