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London, ON, October 2007
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Sometimes, I wander the streets of my burg and deliberately look for scenes that make me think. I usually seek out older areas, where the buildings aren't necessarily high-rent. As a rule I won't peek into windows - the whole peeping tom thing, after all - but stealing a look down a forlorn alleyway seems to be socially acceptable.
I liked this view as soon as I reviewed it on my camera's screen, but over a month after I first took it I'm still having difficulty figuring out what to call it. Simply put, I don't know what stories this place might tell.
This is where I turn it over to you...
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About last week's image - drinking and driving in Shanghai: Of all the pictures I brought home, this one more than most illustrated the social and cultural differences between our respective societies. I guess some things get overlooked as a society that's been suppressed by communism for generations suddenly discovers the lure of capitalism.
BreadBox takes it with this sardonic take: "In an attempt to curb population growth, China encourages drinking and driving"
Honorable mentions go to:
- Scottenvonrotten: "The problem with having a Dewars in China is 3 seconds later you want another one."
- Carolyn: "Highway HopScotch"
- Sister AE: "Now THAT'S what I call a drink for the road!"
- Anne: "The directions say 'exit before scotch' (hic), not after."