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Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Please Pass Wide & Slow


Another picture from the snowy times of a few weeks ago.

This is Mottram Old Road approaching the entrance to Alder School.

Horses, cyclists and cars all use this road and hopefully most drivers heed the notice on the horsewoman's back to Please pass wide and slow.

14 comments:

अविनाश said...

I love snow fall, unfortunately it does.nt snow here in India's capital, to enjoy the snow one need 2 visit extreme northern India.

Riding on after a snow fall, feels good

Good click....

Cezar and Léia said...

Absolutely! That is precisely the horse I meant seeing in the last quiz!
Understandable my mental picture was blurry maybe `cause of the snow !
Léia :-))

Pam said...

Wow, what a fantastic photo you captured.

Kate said...

The yellow and pink jackets really stand out! Wonderful image.

Hilda said...

Now this is something I will never see in Manila! Cool!

PAK said...

Great riders on horses :)

Priyanka Khot said...

That was some observation! The lady must be a meticulous person to chose the apt T-shirt... giving the right message,,,, while riding!

KAZ said...

That notice is an excellent idea.
Horses are OK - but now Manchester is centre of the cycling universe we get too many kamikaze cyclists on the road.

nobu said...

white horse on the road,
fantastic!

Abe Lincoln said...

I liked this post. It does remind me of my heyday.

And I well remember the times when horses and buggies plied the roads on gravel and dirt and an old Model-T or a Model-A Ford would fly past leaving a cloud of coughing dust and scaring the horses to death.

People panicked and cussed for the first time since getting out of church late for dinner at the mother-in-laws.

Ashtonian said...

That's a reet good picture!

marley said...

It looks a busy road for horse riding.

nituscorner said...

Nice picture.....it must be lovely to sit here and watch the world go by...some on four wheelers and some on horse backs.

Anonymous said...

try and get a picture of horse4s galloping ir cantering on wernerth low it would make a good picture

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