It’s getting scary

Remember, a while ago I’ve wrote about fire I’ve witnessed? Well, somehow I seem to witness way too much catastrophes of any sort recently. I’d better be watching some bunnies jumping or picking some wild flowers, as I used to be in one of my previous jobs. Nowadays it’s all about fires and car crashes. Today’s one was probably one of the scariest I’ve ever witness, and I do wish to never see anything of this kind ever again.

Just like the last time, during my lunch break I’ve rented a city bike and went for a nice and relaxing ride around the Old Town. On my way back, just as I was riding under this bridge, I’ve first heard a loud crash, then witnessed a construction waste truck going off the bridge (only on the other side of the river from where I was), and then crash landing on the road beneath it. The sound alone was so great that I almost jumped out of my skin, I ain’t even talking about how shaken I’ve felt watching what’s going on on the other bank of the river. I really do hope there were no life loss 😦 And please, please can I better see bunnies, ducks or whatever else during my lunch breaks instead of all these horrors. I promise I’ll be good

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While sometimes world may seem grey, in twilight's grey all the colors are hidden. Learning to find those colors is like making a collage from many and many scraps - it may seem hard, pieces might not fit at the first glance, but that scraps come together in the end. If you enjoy what you find, don't be shy.
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5 Responses to It’s getting scary

  1. June says:

    Oh dear – that sounds awful, Aste. Hopefully no one was seriously injured. Wishing you bunnies and ducks for future lunch breaks.

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  2. Expat Eye says:

    Oh my god, that’s terrible. You poor thing – hope you’re not too shaken.

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    • thanks I’m good, but initially that was downright to shaking hands and knees bending.
      Sarcastically speaking, ‘yay, for working almost at the very heart of the city – never a dull lunch break there’

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