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City on a grain of salt. Tuzla means a place of salt and it lays on top of the salt lake. It is suspected it has been there for around 7000 years as one of the oldest places in Europe.

Tuesday, October 31, 2006

Sidewalk creatures


What one does to stop people parking cars on the sidewalk? Well in this city mostly nothing, but sometimes these yellow creatures are given life to allow pedestrians to have enjoyable and safe walk.

Does your city have the same problem or are we alone?

12 Comments:

Blogger Christy and Wendi said...

Vegas just puts a fence up on the strip so that people don't go out on the street, especially on the strip. Everywhere else we don't really have this problem! But I love the photo!
Wendi

31 October, 2006 01:10  
Blogger santy said...

How are you, Jazzy?
Jakarta has very few sidewalks, so cars park everywhere. there's no stopping them :) it's crowded like crazy!

31 October, 2006 03:04  
Blogger Annie said...

I like these little yellow half-balls and likely they do their job quite well.

31 October, 2006 03:36  
Blogger Olivier said...

meme probleme,on met a evry des grands poteaux blancs.
belle perspective.


same problem, one puts has evry large white posts. beautiful prospect.

31 October, 2006 07:51  
Blogger photowannabe said...

This is my kind of shot. I love progressions. Those bumps could also be a hazard to pedestrians. I guess its trying to decide if the glass is half empty or half full.

31 October, 2006 08:39  
Blogger Kris said...

from what i see in this photo, things seem to be very much in order. The little creatures are working!

31 October, 2006 10:57  
Blogger tr3nta said...

well... here am i again seeing whats new on Tuzla... Yes in Madrid there is the same kind of problems, but we dont have yellow creatures... nice blue tones on the photo... bye.

31 October, 2006 11:37  
Blogger J. said...

Hmm...This would be handy in Sarajevo.

31 October, 2006 12:28  
Blogger Keropok Man said...

In Singapore, we have something similar, but the poles that are until around waist height are all in front of bus stops.

It is to prevent vehicles crashing into bus stops accidently and kill people.

31 October, 2006 17:58  
Blogger selana18 said...

Really interesting photo and your theme for convesratation...
In Athens we have something similar also we have baluster too, but the problem for the pedestrians are the same.Also we don't respect the people with special needs, for instance we are luck of ramps.

31 October, 2006 22:19  
Blogger Seesaw said...

Interesting photo. In Sarajevo the authorities are trying to do something similar, but the cars are still all over the sidewalks.

31 October, 2006 23:19  
Blogger Kim said...

A very cool photo!
-Kim

01 November, 2006 09:30  

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