Photographer's Note

I know that some of you disrespect cars as part of urban architecture and avoid them in your photos, but they are present just like the buildings are, mobile urban architecture. Always appearing in a different mixture of shapes and colours, and of differing degrees of decay. Thanks to them, your street looks different every day. Their omnipresence should be used rather than neglected. Car design should be more responsive to its architectural environment (some Japanese manufactureres build city cars that neglect all aerodynamic rules that are not relevant for them anyway and style them in cartoon-like shapes, maybe a good beginning). And the city administrations could think of more creative ways of how to integrate them into the urban landscape rather than banning them to the left or right of the street or underground. And, best of all, they could think together of new concepts of individual mobility and transport in urban areas. Dreams...

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Additional Photos by Johannes Becker (johannes68) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 318 W: 134 N: 723] (3469)
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