If you live in Romania, especially the more rural areas, you spend a lot of time waiting for trains to come. They hand crank the bars down about 10 minutes before the train arrives. Lots of time waiting…
Your son asks you to take a picture of the big, red, semi-truck. You oblige 🙂
You look off to your left and realize that the ever present ring of travelling gypsy wagons is no longer camped there.
You count where you are in line (3rd) and count how many cars are waiting on the other side of the bariera.
Then you camera batter runs out and you can’t snap a picture of the railroad worker lady cranking the arms up again.