Yaad Pics – Mandela Highway

J Cress Photo by Julian Cresser – Yaadinfo Contributor

The photographer captures night-time traffic on Mandela highway. By using a slow shutter speed, Julian was able to recreate the motion of vehicular traffic along this major thoroughfare, as multiple vehicles traversing the highway are caught in the final photo.

Canon 7d w/EF 18-135mm Kit  Photographic Equipment and Accessories by DigitalRev 

Mandela Highway
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  • That’s the spirit! It does not do any good to blame the current President. We need to let people know. We believe in the republicans less then our disapointment in Obama.

  • With the exception of a short time in 1998 and between late 2001 and 2003, it appears that the Congressional approval rating hasn’t been above 50% since 1975. Hardly a new problem.
    I’m disappointed George. I have read your articles, because they were thoughtful and differed from my opinions on a lot of subjects. Recently it seems you have taken to the standard inflammatory speech and name calling that you accuse others of. If you don’t want someone with differing opinions to read and comment on your blog you can just say so. This “crazy, right-winger, idiot” will leave quietly.

  • I welcome your comments Steve, and you are certainly not “a crazy right-wing idiot.” But I hope you don’t put yourself in the same category as Christine O’Donnell, Sharron Angle, Jim Russell and the other extremists who have suddenly achieved prominence in the conservative movement. Just one example: In a 2001 essay Russell suggested that school integration proponents “deliberately exploit a biological theory of sexual imprinting at the critical period of sexual maturity,” reinforcing the work of “media moguls who deliberately popularize miscegenation in films directed toward adolescents and pre-adolescents.” Movies with cross-racial romances are, he says, a deliberate plot to undermine “appropriate ethnic boundaries” in the sexual preferences of “white pre-adolescent girls and adolescent young women.”

  • No, I don’t agree with that kind of philosophy. You are using a very small group of people to label a larger movement. Sure they are the most prominent, because they get all the press. Just the same as the far left people like Barney Frank and Nancy Pelosi. There are a least 50% percent of the people who are dissatified with the direction of the country. Granted some of those don’t think we are liberal enough, but I suspect that most believe we are creating a unsustainable mix of entitlement programs, higher taxes, national debt and economic policies.
    The problem isn’t that the government doesn’t get enough revenue it is how the spend it. For example, here in South Carolina Jim Clyburn wants to build a 80 million dollar “bridge to nowhere” to stimulate the economy in his district. That is enough money to keep 3628 families of four above the poverty line for a year. This is just a drop in the bucket of the billions of dollars that are elected officials are allowed to squander on pet projects.
    Let us not focus on the divisive spirits, the ones who would convince us that the other side is crazy and bent on destroying this country. Instead, let us realize that we are all in the same boat and that there is a middle ground. A place where goups don’t trump the rights of individuals.

  • It seems to me that’s what President Obama tried to do, Steve. And where did it get him? He has been vilified, slandered and obstructed at every turn. And the extremists are no longer such a small group. They are increasingly influential, especially in the GOP. The fact is, Steve, that “things fly apart, the center cannot hold” in today’s US politics. Polemics has replaced debate and the still, small voice of reason has been drowned out by the howling mob.

  • I have heard both sides of the equation, but it seems to me that the ‘proof of the pudding is in the eating’ and America starting sinking in financial trouble on George W. Bush’s watch. First of all the war on Iraq was totally unnecessary, and to add insult to injury, the ‘bail out money’ that disapeared into the pockets of the very people that caused the crash of wall st. was, in my oppinion, criminal and totally senseless. If you support people like Glen Beck, Rush Limbaugh and the Tea Party then yes, in my opinion, yor are, in your own words, a ‘right wing lunatic’. BillyG.