Social Gap

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Contrariness: Some of us are always in a hurry, even hunted by anxiety, 
others are sitting in comfortable armchairs on cruise ships enjoying luxury ...

photo above (1) by frizztext, 8 photos below by third party photographers, click on
the images to enter their flickr photo streams (pics all from my group BLOG IT!):

2 - “Final Ride” (Shanghai) by johey24
3 - “balancing umbrellas” (Calcutta) by rita banerji
4 - “Falmouth town” (Jamaica) by Ametxa
5 - ”Cycling to work” by Siddhartha
6 - “Bicicleta” by llanosom
7 - Marocco, Sahara: “Rissani” by Ametxa / Gerardo Amechazurra
8 - “New purchase” by johey24
9 - “Diallo compound, Ibel, Southeast Sénégal” by gbaku / John Atherton
10 - "Pig on bike - Kaesong North Korea" by Eric Lafforgue

Final Ridebalancing umbrellas
Falmouth townCycling to work
bicicletaRissani
New purchaseDiallo compound, Ibel, Southeast Sénégal (West Africa)
Pig on bike - Kaesong North Korea

related:
http://flickrcomments.wordpress.com/2011/08/02/bicycles-around-the-world/

About frizztext

websites: 1 - my daily wordpress blog "flickrcomments" at FLICKRCOMMENTS, 2 - my own photos at frizztext, 3 - flickr group group: BLOG IT!

14 responses to “Social Gap

  1. TBM

    Love your photo and point.

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  2. You are right. We need to take the time to smell the roses.

    BE ENCOURAGED! BE BLESSED!

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  3. hahhahaha great pics!

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  4. Interesting comparison Frizz. Margie

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  5. Bicycle reflects on the society. Interesting.

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  6. frizztest, It may not exactly fit the topic of neccessity of riding a bike, over the leisure of doing it, still the benefit of active life permeates:

    http://euzicasa.wordpress.com/2012/02/12/14185/,

    And it is fun, more fun than being held hostage to an parking lot of a road, on a Friday Afternoon, and moving with 5 miles per hour freeway!

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  7. I enjoyed the view of the bicycle as an important mode of transport.

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  8. Let us celebrate contrariness–such a common trait among humans all over the world! Sitting and waiting vs. hurry-scurrying!

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  9. Interesting contrast. Riding a bicycle as transportation, if possible, is healthy and conserves fuel.

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  10. interesting and photo’s show a great point, love it… :-)

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  11. The haves and the have nots. The story of mankind.

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  12. Wonderful selections… ;-)

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  13. Such a huge gap between the haves and have not – great shot of two different worlds.

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