Traffic

Traffic
“I didn’t know then that driving in India would help me develop a steadfast mind like an archer, capable of staying calm and focused amid the mayhem of traffic” Ranjani Rao

Have you ever tried daytime long exposure photography?

If not just attempt.

The results are wonderful and fun too.

It’s easy to shoot busy traffic.

Fast-moving vehicles are seen as a set of lines.

Have you visited India? or planning to visit India?

Amazing traffic coordination among the Road users!

If you are really interested to know more about the traffic sense in India, read the following hilarious post.

Funny article on Indian Traffic

There are 10 articles (Rickshaw Sutra). Enjoy reading!

Warning– Please be aware that your laughter may go out of control, annoying your immediate neighbours.

Thank you for your visit.

Take care, my friend.

Namaste 🙏🙏🙏

Philo

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10 thoughts on “Traffic

  1. That article is hilarious! In Canada, it’s socially expected that people will follow the official rules of the road. When I started travelling, I discovered that this is not at all the norm in non-Western countries, and official rules tend to be mild suggestions at best. India takes it to a whole other level, though. It’s quite the sight to behold.

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