Kind Squares Photo Challenge #11 ~ Queensland: One of a Kind
Destination: Bruce Highway
Distances are vast in Australia and fatigue brought on by long hours of driving is a common cause of car accidents. In some parts of the country Transport Departments have come up with a novel way to keep drivers alert. It’s called Fatigue Zone Trivia. Let’s play!
We’re on the Bruce Highway, driving north from Gympie to Tiaro.
Here are the answers. How did you go?
Don’t give up! There are more in the other direction.
Perhaps you’ve got them all correct this time.
It’s just a bit of fun but it might help to keep your mind on the job and it certainly encourages lively conversation.
*The Bruce Highway is 1,679 kilometres long and links Brisbane in the south to Cairns in the far north of Queensland.
*These photos were taken through the car windscreen by the passenger while travelling at 100 km/h.
This month I’m joining in every day with Becky’s October Kind Square Photo Challenge over at The Life of B. The rules are simple: most photos must be square and fit the theme word “kind”. Look for #kindasquare.