There’s something fun about this green-painted traffic light tree placed in the middle of a roundabout in London’s Docklands – the lights change at random, and are purely decorative, so are not in any way intended to be in the least bit functional when it comes to directing traffic.
A confusing one for Cee’s Which Way Challenge this week – the wind and rain seem to have dislodged these roadwork barriers on my way to work the other day, directing me straight into the middle of it all! But being a bit of a rebel at heart, I walked around the outside instead… 🙂
Two New Orleans street signs for this week’s Which Way Challenge… Rue Bourbon and Rue Royale, the latter still draped with Mardi-Gras beads 🙂
A slightly different ‘Which Way’ image for this week – I took this picture at Camden Lock Market, London, of an archway entrance taken from underneath another archway 🙂
I’ve got a historical Which Way for this week – York city walls, the most complete medieval town walls remaining in the UK. The original Roman walls were built over by the Vikings, who created the earthwork bank when they invaded in the 9th Century, with the current stone-built walls on top of the earth ramparts being added during the 13th and 14th Centuries 🙂