This week’s challenge is, on the face of it, quite straight forward. As Bob Marley sang: “My feet is my only carriage.” Of course, “pedestrian” can also have a different interpretation from that simple meaning. It can just mean someone plodding along, dull and laborious. I have stuck to the literal version, because I do not want to bore you all! Hover your mouse over each photograph to get the captions…
Crossing the road: A hot lunch hour in downtown Kingston.
Sometimes it’s not so easy to walk… Here JN Foundation volunteers escort a resident of the Golden Age Home in Kingston at a Christmas treat.
Is the policeman crossing the road at the pedestrian crossing, or…? A scene on the not very busy main street in Carriacou, Grenada.
During a march for children’s rights in Kingston a few years back – another pedestrian crossing.
If one finds oneself in the English countryside, one may be “going for a walk.” Here is a pedestrian woman with a large pedestrian dog.
In rural Jamaica, people do a lot of walking. This was on a quiet morning at the school gate in Rock, Clarendon.