One day in the mid-70’s, I was a passenger in a car being driven by an out-of-town visitor. I became alarmed when the driver barreled through an intersection that had no stop or yield signs without slowing down. When I talked to her about it later, she said in the city where she lived every intersection had one of those signs if you didn’t have the right-of-way. While that is generally true in Seattle too, there were, and still are, plenty of streets that don’t have them. It has been 40 years since that incident and it still serves as a reminder that I need to watch for unmarked intersections and be extra careful when driving through them.
Written for Weekly Photo Challenge: Careful