Our theme this week is trans - port - ation!
Thank goodness for the people that value our means of transportation and discover the importance of putting it on display for all the world to view.
From within the Science Museum, South Kensington, London.
Transportation, isn't always about the ride/vehicle itself, but more about the journey and what's right at your closest touch!
Some of my most interesting transportation around London (besides my feet) was going on tours!
Ah yes, London does offer so many flavors of transportation within the realms of sightseeing!
Take a ride on the London Eye, or hop on a boat. Which ever form you take you'll be happy you did!
I'm sharing some oldies, but goodies, some from as far away as the South of France, England and Disneyland. But, Carmi has tempted the curious side of my photo taking adventures. Hopefully, I can scoop up a few new "transportation" highlights from around town, and have a second post!
Never fear the unknown - conquer it!
So many means of transportation are waiting just for us! The prosperous voyage of discoveries is always just around the corner, or just under our nose.
This man has the coolest job don't you think?
Transportation can have it's disadvantages. Especially being stuck in traffic, unless you ignore the mess and gaze out the window......
What better way to travel on an adventure
and appear like a giant flower garden cruising through town!
Gare De Sete
The Railway station serving the town of Sete, in the Herault department of southern France. It is the eastern terminus of the Bordeaux-Sete railway.
Meet me at the station at half past three.
For me, I have a habit of taking photos of train stations. We just don't have enough in America.
A friend told me once, "You can go any where around the twin cities, Minneapolis/St. Paul Minnesota, in just an hour." Imagine how far you can journey on a train, or boat or plane!
If you want to see more transportation photos or post your own