In 2007, the automobile traffic in Copenhagen was minimal. I understand this was through a combination of excellent public transportation and very high licensing & parking fees for use of automobiles. The main is a clearly professional woman cycling near Christiania. In the Ci is an image that first introduced me to cyclist travelers in Copenhagen. I was amazed at the nearly empty streets at rush hour. I stepped into the street to capture the nearly empty rush hour streets; then the light changed. I was nearly run down!
yes, they do the best about this. it would be marvelous if our brazilian big towns used the same, but we are very far from this reality. even my little town is filled with cars and at rush hour (yes, we have) we can see a flash movement in the streets. curious the option you did to blurred the BG.
plimrn (2019/08/13 21:06:00): I applied noise reduction & sharpening just to the subject, also decreased the saturation of the red tail light because it also drew too much attention
travelling by bike is more and more used in the cities, less pollution, but you need to have some paths dedicated to avoid accidents. She is going to work perhaps, her bag is fitted in the front basket on purpose.
plimrn (2019/08/13 21:08:54): You're right about the need for paths, Since I no longer commute, I stick to paths in the forest