Thursday, May 28, 2009

Speedy Taxi in Baires

Speedy Radio Taxi Rushing Through the Streets of Buenos Aires, Argentina
At a superficial glance, taxi drivers always appear to be in a hurry and are so utterly talkative at the same time. Not very different in Buenos Aires. These folks are just constantly buzzing from one place to another and when you hop in, they always give you their opinion whether you want it or not. It's kind of fun because you can meet so many different types of people and learn about others' perspectives.
Have you ever thought about getting a job as a cabbie?

9 comments:

Clueless in Boston said...

I like the blurring indicating motion of the taxi. I don't usually take taxis, but as a pedestrian I don't like them.

Marie-Noyale said...

I have a yellow and black car... that's as close as I will get, to a taxi driver!!!

Buenos Aires Photoblog said...

It seems that taxi drivers are not really popular ... same issue worldwide?!

Abe Lincoln said...

Taxi cabs in Tokyo, when I was last there in 1954, were x-kamakazi pilots.

Jacob said...

You couldn't pay me enough to drive a cab!

But I really like this photograph! Great job of keeping the background in focus. And did you notice the background colors match the car?

Superb!

Lessie said...

Believe it or not, I did consider it...for about 15 minutes. :) I really like the pic you captured.

Julie ScottsdaleDailyPhoto.com said...

good photo. we all talk to cabbies who come from all walks of life

Mike said...

I love the blur effect. You have a great blog. I have to add it to my blogs to follow.

Antonia said...

Very impressive pictures in your blog! I like the dynamic and the colors of this one! Thank you for the visit!