Autumn frustration

The other night I was too close to runing down a couple of pedestrians and their dogs.
It was a pitch black, rainy night, but the street lamps were lit.
The pedestrians wore black clothing from head to toe, and not one strip of retroreflecting material. That’s risky business nowadays.

I really don’t want to kill somebody because I don’t see them! I beg everybody to value their lives a bit more. Make sure the motorised vehicles can see you.

You’re worth it.

And the driver is worth not being an unwilling killer.

Please, think!

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