Monday, December 3, 2012

Monday morning disagreement


21 comments:

Andy said...

With all those traffic lights hanging there I can understand how someone could get confused. It took four tries to get past word verification.

EG CameraGirl said...

I hope no one was hurt here!

Stefan Jansson said...

Looks a bit messy.

llandudnopictures said...

It does look like a very confusing scene, LOTS going on!

Halcyon said...

Uh oh... this doesn't look good. :(

Kate said...

The paramedics were there? Makes me think that someone was shaken up or hurt.

Judy said...

Not a good way to start the week!

Karl Demetz said...

This is not the best way to begin a new day :-(
I hope nobody got hurt.

RedPat said...

It's always interesting how the tow trucks are the first to arrive!

Small City Scenes said...

Oops!!!
MB

Small City Scenes said...

OOPS!!

cieldequimper said...

Oh... Hope nobody was seriously hurt...

Small City Scenes said...

It's 4-5 hours in a car. How long would it take on a horse???????

Gunn said...

Looks bad!
I too hope it went well with the drivers and passengers.

hamilton said...

and I thought I was having a bad day today.

JJ said...

I am your newest follower. I found you on helen's site. We live in St. Augustine, where there are a couple of terrific Mexican restaurants (and some awful ones). If you ever get over this way, drop me a line.

Barbara Farr said...

Oops!

Barbara Farr said...

Hi, Lowell, me again. I just read your comments on my Venice posting. Venice really is a photographers paradise.

As far as the flooding, based on conversations with shop keepers, the water levels are rising. Just after we returned to the states, the water in St. Marks Square was between 2-3 feet deep.

magiceye said...

Phew...!!

Jack said...

Another Excedrin headache.

Taken For Granted said...

Looks like someone wasn't paying attention, or wasn't awake. With the ambulance there perhaps someone was hurt? The accident probably tied up traffic for a long time.

"Photographers deal in things which are continually vanishing and when they have vanished there is no contrivance on earth which can make them come back again." — Henri Cartier-Bresson