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Zebra Crossing under the Moon

Posted by
sithenah (Greater Manchester/Cheshire, United Kingdom) on 12 January 2010 in Cityscape & Urban and Portfolio.

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Panasonic DMC-FZ18 1/13 second F/3.2 ISO 800 41 mm (35mm equiv.)

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RuneE from Norway

Nice one - I like that "extra" Zebra.

12 Jan 2010 3:26pm

photowannabe from rocklin, CA, United States

Too clever. I like it. Doesn't quite look like my zebras on my post though...

12 Jan 2010 8:13pm

Roger Green from ALBANY, United States

Of COURSE, it's a zebra crossing. D'oh! Never occurred to me.

12 Jan 2010 8:25pm

sylvia from Seattle, United States

I love it, Gerald! How clever! Fun post for the day!

12 Jan 2010 9:06pm

Mara from Netherlands

Whenever I take tourists to London I will tell them (and show them, it's not too hard) about those zebra crossings. The older people love them, because they remember them from when they were used in the Netherlands as well (the flicker balls, for lack of the proper words).

12 Jan 2010 10:04pm

@Mara: The "flicker balls" are called Belisha beacons.

Tumblewords from United States

How clever!!

13 Jan 2010 3:08am

jay from United Kingdom

Great picture for Z! Our local zebra crossing has been damaged by vandals. One of the golden globes is missing, presumed knocked off by someone under the influence of alcohol. I wonder how long the unprotected light will continue to shine?

13 Jan 2010 12:19pm

Rose from United States

I kept looking for a four-legged zebra:) Very clever and original! Lovely photo.

13 Jan 2010 3:07pm

Ashtonian54 from Ukraine

Belisha beacons compete with moon

14 Jan 2010 8:38pm

Panasonic DMC-FZ18
1/13 second
ISO 800
41 mm (35mm equiv.)