If I am not wrong, it is very noisy and busy in the mornings, no?
Try to find three differences. I mean the Russian proverb. We say that when see two exactly the same objects. I though about Moscow highways looking at this photo :-).
Grazie for your comments!Nihal~ yes, very noisy and busy ALL DAY LONG! That's what was so odd about it being so empty...Irina~ I've never been to Moscow, and when years ago I had a chance to, I let it slip by. Never forgave myself for that.Ciao
Hi Lola,what a great idea. I enjoy your food blog whenecver I can, and surely I will stopover here for a latte... Hugs Myriam
Effettivamente fa un po strano vederla così libera!!!...Mi piace quest'idea su RomaCiao e Serene Feste
Hello, friends.Myriam~ Prego, be my guest!Pino~ Sembrava una Roma post-atomica! Buone Feste anche a te
Thank you for doing this photo blog. It brings back WONDERFUL memories of our trip to Italy to celebrate our 5 year anniversary! I always tell my husband, if they want to transfer you...tell them Roma, Italia:)
Oh I could show you some bad traffic problems. There is actually space between you and the car in front of you.
This is such wonderful response!Mrs Tiab~ That would be great if you could move to Roma!LoriE~ I lived in Naples for 3 years, so I know real traffic. How are you?
An unusual sight on the busy Tangenziale, you caught it well.
Vogon Poet~ Thank you for visiting my new blog and leaving your lovely comment. Want to drop in for lunch? Come by Aglio, Olio & PeperoncinoCiao
This is definitely "everyday-life" photograpy, well done. It must be really hard for those who have to commute every single day. Hey, it's very dangerous to photograph while driving...please don't do it again, unless you are at the traffic light! Take care xxxx
Valeria~ OK, OK... I did have my seatbelt on :)
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