Monday, November 16, 2009

School Crossing - Rolling Hills Est.

This snapshot, that I took while commuting to work on PV Drive North, is for LL of San Pedro Daily Photo. The crossing guard is making sure the children going to Rolling Hills Country Day School are safe crossing the drive on busy weekday mornings. I hope the rider and the horse are observing the reduced speed sign.

9 comments:

Clueless in Boston said...

Is the rider watching his little pony crossing over to school too?

Powell River Books said...

That's one thing I loved about Palos Verdes, horse trails. I always watched to see if I could spy a horse and rider when we went up the hill to the Red Onion restaurant. I ended up having several horses of my own, but the trails along the Los Angeles river bed never were as nice looking. - Margy

Lori Lynn said...

Thanks Tash! I think my office is right behind those bushes. And thanks for linking the school too!
LL

Antjas said...

This guy looks as though he is practicing for the Rose Parade.
It's fun to catch these moments.

Cezar and Léia said...

Cool post dear Tash!
I liked your shot!

( by the way, I remember a lot you last Saturday, we visited Berlin and there were several students, I mean teen photographer students, in a beautiful park there, with the photographer instructor, it was a class.I remember you because you are very skilled and you know a lot about photography, and of course you like this kind of course.I'm thinking of doing some classes as well.It really looks cool!But first of all, I need to improve my camera! LOL fool Léia)
Léia

Lois said...

What a great capture Tash!

pasadenaadjacent.com said...

I miss seeing horses in urban settings. Bit by bit I see forces involved in getting rid of them and taking back the land they occupy

FA said...

Only in P.V.!

Linda said...

So much is different in this shot - but most of all the pink camping chair for slow moments at the crossing patrol! Here the lollipop men and women have on their long, heavy duty winter yellow coats and their hats, all muffled up against the gales and rain. I've always thought it's a testing kind of part-time job to take on when you retire, but I could do the Palos Verdes variety.