Lens Artists Photo Challenge:Weird and Wonderful
A subway turn-stile is a mechanical gate consisting of revolving horizontal arms
fixed to a vertical post, allowing only one person at a time to pass through.©wikipedia
Riders pay a single fare to enter the subway system and may transfer between trains at no extra cost until they exit via station turnstiles; the fare is a flat rate regardless of how far or how long the rider travels. Thus, riders must swipe the Metro Card or tap a contactless payment card or smartphone on an OMNY reader upon entering the subway system, but not a second time upon leaving.©wikipedia
A vehicle steering wheel is a wheel that a driver rotates in order to steer the vehicle.©wikipedia
I don’t know how the semi-circle in the middle of the steering wheel naviagtes the car.
The steering wheel was in a vintage vehicle at a local car museum in Punta Gorda, Florida.
There were only American made vehicles, all representing a variety of manufacturers.
The cars are used in many movies because they’re rare vintage collectables.
I haven’t the slightest idea how this automobile evaporator air conditioner used to work. The instructions describing it, along with the installation and the operation, are right on the vehicle window. With this invention, car owners suffering during the hot season must have been waiting in line to get one—how auto parts have changed.
Does anyone know why this was on the window?
Automobile Evaporation Air Conditioner 2021©Isadora DeLaVega
And, what would we do without our vehicles?
New models with lots of upgrades were eventually invented. Manufacturers competed with more conveniences than we could have ever imagined. During the dawn of their creation, no one knew how much we would become dependent on them.
Lens Artist Photo Challenge – Weird & Wonderful
This week our photo challenge is from: Ann-Christine.
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For future challenges follow one or all of these four moderators:
Week 1 – Patti
Week 2 – Ann-Christine
Week 3 – Amy
Week 4 – Tina