Thursday, July 5, 2012


The corner of 26th Street and Lynhurst Drive is not an intersection 
as much as it is a 90-degree turn. One needs to pay attention to the signs
or end up either in the middle of the Coke Field or wrapped
around a utility pole. The yellow stripes warning
drivers to not pass at all, at any time seem rather bland
until you notice the many varying shades of yellow that attempt
to describe the arc of the turn. Add to that
the swash of a skid mark made by a car than ran the risk
of missing the turn and you have the whole story. 


Cathy Hudspeth said...

Yes, these shots certainly do tell the story. Great eye for noticing!

dive said...

Yay for burning rubber!
Great compositions, Speedway.

Speedway said...

When I was a member of SCCA, for which I did T&S before electronic scoring took over, I remember someone saying "A squealing tire is a happy tire."

Speedway said...

As in "Ooooweeee!"