A traveler back home. But where is home? Home of the adventurer is in the distance.
The fact that all five words in English and German begin with the letter W shows how close the two languages once were before English picked up so many Latin words. :)
A tad frightening. I'd be WARY taking a pic.ROG, ABC Wednesday team
Wundebar/wonderful!Is there anywhere left for you to visit?!Jane x
We were warned in China that their police and military personnel do not appreciate having their pictures taken. I would think a film crew would have to seek permission (from someone, somewhere) before filming in Tiananmen Square. These people certainly look surprised.— KKay, Alberta, CanadaAn Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel
Fascinating. What seems right in one country, offends in another. Great capture. I'm glad you were able to keep it, and didn't get caught.
Thanks for making the German/English connection! And your photo is so timely as it seems easier and easier to be in the wrong place at the wrong time...Happy traveling!
As I mentioned in my Signs post last week, I think security everywhere are getting rather paranoid about cameras. Stupidly so, I think. Even in small towns in China I get approached by guards when they see me taking photos, but I can usually easily smile them away... It's become part of their security training, I would guess.
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