...just in case you were going to risk driving under it.
Rokko, Hyogo prefecture.
I apologise in advance if I'm tardy with commenting on your blogs or returning comments during the week... I will get to you though!
I would even bump my head …
26 Jan 2009 7:54am
@SPunkt: I think so SPunkt!
This is dangerous!
Only a child can go......
26 Jan 2009 8:01am
@Akihiro: Thanks Akihiro!
The one bumping his/her head there must be blind!
Fine shot Daryl.
26 Jan 2009 9:22am
@standley: Cheers Richard!
can't miss all those signs! well seen!
26 Jan 2009 12:56pm
@Cheryl: Thanks Cheryl!
I think that will get your attention. Nicely spotted. Great bright colors.
26 Jan 2009 5:05pm
@Laurie: Thanks Laurie!
even when riding a bike, you have to deflate the wires to cross!!
26 Jan 2009 9:14pm
@marc: Cheers marc!
too funny! I like it :)
26 Jan 2009 9:15pm
@Kiji: Thanks Kiji!
That sign is so distracting the low bridge may not get noticed !
26 Jan 2009 9:43pm
@Ronnie 2¢: Cheers Ronnie!
Daryl, do tell... what is the point of building that....... for midgets ?
26 Jan 2009 10:45pm
@Observing: I think so Mike! I honestly don't know the point, as there are other underpasses along that stretch at regular intervals, and at reasonable heights. Why bother making this one?!
Even I can read that sign.
26 Jan 2009 10:47pm
@Twelvebit: Context is everything!
It's even a little low for walking but it gets you to the other side of the tracks. I assume there are railroad tracks above?
26 Jan 2009 10:48pm
@Steve Rice: Yes, you're actually looking at the tracks on the top! You can see them on the left and right sides of the shot.
No way would my vehicle go under there, thats a tunnel for sport convertibles, my van would be roofless if I tried it.
26 Jan 2009 11:42pm
@Richard_Irwin: Unless your name is Noddy, I don't think anyone stands a chance.
A bit low for me! I know it well, though: I lived in Rokko for 6 months in 1991. @Observing: they have these small people called 'children'.
28 Jan 2009 12:00am
@Damon Schreiber: Not changed much eh Damon?
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