Wednesday, October 1, 2014

CDP Theme Movement

Cyclists are the least threatening for pedestrians walking around Bei Jing. The greatest threat is the motor cyclists, which seems to have their own traffic rules, they go on the road, they go on the pedestrian ways and they even go against the traffic. Regardless the 'green man' shows that the pedestrians have the right to cross, they still horn at you to give way to them....


A cyclist passing in front of Tian An Men square.....

This is a post for the CDP October theme : Movement. Click here to view the other entries

8 comments:

Kate said...

You caught more than one movement: the cars and the ride on the scooter. Good job!

Babzy said...

very good one ;)

Jane Hards Photography said...

Great freeze and panning fluid movement.

Merisi said...

Fantastic!!!

Sharon Anck said...

He's whizzing right along!

William Kendall said...

Excellent shot. I think over here they'd be called ebikes or scooters. Motorbikes are a whole different story.

Lynette said...

Fabulous photo! You’ve made a great Theme Day post. I'm glad you picked this to share with us. Traffic can be tricky here in Portland, too.

Jim said...

Great shot indeed.