Sunday, December 13, 2009

A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words

This picture of Taipei's drivers was the Wall Street Journal's photo of the day back in October. I think you get the idea.
Motorists crowd at a junction during rush hour in Taipei October 29, 2009. There are around 8.8 million motorcycles and 4.8 million cars on Taiwan’s roads and nearly all motor vehicles and inhabitants are squeezed into a third of the island’s area.

3 comments:

Abbey said...

I'm pretty sure I had a nightmare like this once.

Alice Robbins said...

Love it! And do they decide to do road construction during rush hour on all the roads leading in and out of town at the same time?

Emily said...

haha...looks like somebody reads our blog!
I love all your pictures and adventure stories. It was fun hanging out with you guys today, we should do it more often!
Emily Jefferies