Friday, November 11, 2011


I am not fond of roundabouts, but I realize they serve a purpose and accept them.  They have become increasingly popular in Kansas City.  I do hate stop lights more than roundabouts  The above roundabout  is just to slow traffic, but many are to eliminate stop lights so guess I cannot complain.

I am away until Monday and may not be able to visit your blogs.  I will catch up next week, have a great weekend.


cieldequimper said...

If all roundabouts could be as pretty as this one, I would never exit them!

We have them EVERYwhere now.

Teresa said...

I just adore that orange-leafed tree, it really makes the picture.

I too don't really get excited about the roundabouts either...they've put quite a few up in Sedona on the main road into the city, almost too many if you ask me. It does offer a certain cozy and unique feel --I'm also assuming they did it for cosmetic reasons, too, not wanting the ugly traffic lights to interfere with someone's photo-opp.

p.s. I'd love to see the inside of that house in the background. looks like a jewel

Sharon said...

This photo is so beautiful! I'd love to be walking here!

RedPat said...

What a shot with that tree in the pic! I found the roundabouts in England so confusing that I am sure I would be circling for hours if I was driving there!

Jack said...

We don't have very many roundabouts (or, as they are called in New England, traffic circles or rotaries), but that house could easily fit into my neighborhood. It is a pretty scene, Regina. Enjoy the weekend.

Randy said...

I am not fond of them either. They just built two in front of the college and it's a pain to get to my class.