For this week’s photo challenge, share your interpretation of “on the move.” You can be the subject of your image, or you might want to experiment with movement or transportation in a different way. – Daily Post
I’m on the move a lot. During weekdays, its by foot and on the weekends, its mostly by car. How about a little Saturday afternoon traffic?
No worries, I was not driving. I was the passenger 😉
As much as I love showing off the *rarely so* sparse traffic.
However, the most eventful (kind of) “on the move” pictures are when I’m wandering around.
Here’s some pictures I took last month on the walk home from the bus terminus in some late Friday evening.
Thanks to this art, the city now lights up this once very dark area under the overpass. Plus, the art is pretty amazing with the natural elephant slowly turning mechanic from city to country.
When I was over the overpass, because of the lateness, this was a nice shot of an empty suburban roads.
Now back to the present time, yesterday on the way home from work in Old Montreal, the restaurants are putting their plants outdoors now and this new tavern/restaurant/bar. Not sure what it is exactly since I’ve never been had this beautiful flowers that I want to figure out what they are called and have in my garden.
Before I wrap this up, ON THE MOVE has a somewhat different meaning to me especially since I am technically on the move from my mom’s place to my new place. One of the many things is cleaning all our linens and whatnot. Last weekend was curtain cleaning and we hung them out to dry and there was lots of wind. So it was part of our ON THE MOVE (because I figured taking pictures of boxes wasn’t as interesting…)
What do you see when you’re on the move? Do you mostly move by bike, train, car, foot, subway?
Here is my response to this week’s Weekly Photo Challenge. Check out more entries HERE!