What is Wrong With This Photograph? Part 35

I have been walking a lot lately — think miles of walking, especially as the springtime weather has been conducive lately to being outside to enjoy a pleasant morning, afternoon, or evening — to escape from the continued madness which is the 2019 Novel Coronavirus pandemic…

What is Wrong With This Photograph? Part 35

…and as I was walking along a street, I found something which did not immediately catch my eye because I was not driving a vehicle.

Photograph ©2020 by Brian Cohen.

For this edition of this popular game, can you guess what you believe is wrong — or, at least, quite bizarre — with this photograph?

Please submit your answers in the Comments section below — and I enjoy reading creative answers.

Thank you in advance. As always, I cannot wait to read your answer and feedback.


Past articles with which you can participate and play along with the What is Wrong With This Photograph? game include:

All photographs ©2020 by Brian Cohen.

3 thoughts on “What is Wrong With This Photograph? Part 35”

  1. HH says:

    The order is wrong.

    My answer is below.

  2. Steven B says:

    Two key issues… 1-The order and 2-The Orientation of the Traffic Circle diamond (not square).

    The order: 1. Traffic Circle Ahead. 2. Yield Ahead. 3. Yield. (note: due to the poor distancing placement, 1 and 2 could be interchangable).

    The orientation of the Traffic Circle Ahead… it should be hung as a diamond per standard. There is a white regulatory version of this to be placed AT the traffic circle that is square, but that is not what is here.

  3. Bob says:

    1) There is a traffic circle where a normal cross street intersection would be more than adequate for apparent traffic flow.

    2) The traffic circle was situated and built as a retro-replacement for a normal cross street style intersection, so the radius configuration is too small. Think larger vehicles that have need to get through, like a fire truck…

    3) Sign placement and order are screwed up, but easily resolved by taking out the traffic circle and putting in a proper, traditional cross street intersection. 🙂

    I have nothing against traffic circles, when designed, sized and placed correctly; they suck when placed as a retrofit to existing intersections.

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