By golly, this could be any street in New Orleans nowadays.
Glenn,Over here a "No Parking" sign is not much of a deterrent, so these cones are ubiquitous.
Well you have to admit that those cones add color to a dull winter scenery...
Claudia,Spoken like a true "the glass is half-FULL" person!;-)
Please, wake up the nice English teacher inside you and explain that to me (I am lost in translation here).
Claudia,An easy one: imagine a glass that has water in it up to the half way mark.Is the glass "half *full*" or "half *empty"?An optimist (see things positively) says it's half full.A pessimist (see things negatively) says it's half empty.OK? Now to bring it back to your comment: I think the cones clutter up the scenery (negative); you think they add some nice color (positive).I'll put this on your tab!
Wow, that's a real teacher! Thank you, Rick! But my tab is getting almost full and yours is still empty. Please, make something to correct this imbalance!To see the performance of a wonderful poet trying to play the teacher I recommend you to ask something to Glenn :-)
All right, watch it, girl ;-)
Too much fun over here. The story I see is that the orange cones are holding the trees (wild nature) in check.
Susan: neither an optimist nor a pessimist; a pragmatist!