You know, the non automated crossings, heralded by Belisha beacons (as seen above but with a usually less watery setting). Often staffed by cheery men and women in Hi-Vis raincoats. Perhaps you don’t have them where you live? I like them because they give back power to the pedestrian. If someone is waiting, the car is obliged to stop.
But…. This should have been a travel post. About Zambia, or Zanzibar, or maybe Zaragoza. The only problem is, I’ve not been there. I don’t even know very much about them. Perhaps they should be on my “wish” NOT “bucket” list (I absolutely hate that term).
And there’s another problem, where to next? The alphabet has 26 letters and this is the last but #Blogtober has another 6 days to run.
I had hoped that I could use the extra letters from the Welsh alphabet. And then I checked. There are eight of them: Ch, Dd, Ff, Ll, Ng, Ph, Rh and Th. And not being a Welsh speaker I was struggling to find things I liked*. It was all a bit too contrived.
I’m still working on it. There will be a post tomorrow. Perhaps not a theme though.
And I’ve just remembered a Z place I’ve visited and liked.
Only problem is, my trip wasn’t even this century. I did find some photos though, old style non digital ones in albums, so I’ve taken photos of them.
And like so many of my photos, there is cake.**
Plus ca change, plus c’est la meme chose.
*Lyfrau – books
**and a very young MasterS.