Take one very early Sunday London morning, one bike, one panoramic Horizon camera and the result is a series of photos of zebra crossings. Until I started riding my bike around everywhere in London, I didn't really notice them. Then I did, from the point of view of a road user. The etiquette and understanding, to transfer a person from pavement to pavement. Unlike traffic lights, you don't see people cursing at zebra crossings. There are rarely signs of agression here.
But I wasn't interested in the people or the traffic. I was interested in the black and white stripes and flashing globes of light hovering above and that's what you have here.
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