#FriFotos: Car Culture

Posted March 15, 2013 by Elica Sue in Blog

#FriFotos is a weekly Twitter chat where travelers can share their favorite photos based on a certain theme. To see this week’s theme and photos, search #FriFotos on Twitter. Tweet one of your own and join in the fun!  

Have you checked Twitter for this week’s #FriFotos theme? If you haven’t, you could probably tell by the title that it’s CARS. The most common and obvious use of a car is for transportation, no matter where you’re located in the world. We use it every day, and we use it to help our lives function smoothly–over the years, many countries have expanded their culture, and with the growth of technology, this doesn’t exclude car culture. Aside from functionality, cars can also be considered as an aesthetic element, adding an extra component to the scene. Check out some of the photos we’ve collected for this week’s topic!


Cars parked along the side of the road in Brighton, England.
Flickr photo by Ilya Schurov.

The 4-oh-5

Lights from cars on the California 405 freeway.
Flickr photo by Kevin Labianco.

Cuba Car

A car in Cuba.
Flickr photo by @Doug88888.


Driving to Arizona.
Flickr photo by elicasue.

Cars, Calcutta, India

Cars in Calcutta, India.
Flickr photo by Ashley Coates.

Speeding Police Car

A speeding car in South Kensington, London, England.
Flickr photo by MegMoggington.


In the fog, at night.
Photo by Sean Cuerpo.

About the Author

Elica Sue

Elica Sue is WildJunket's web editor and writer specializing in languages and student travel. Based in California, she grew up with an exposure to a menagerie of culture, language, and art, and is a student pursuing what she is most passionate about: writing, traveling, and learning languages. She blogs at Travelengua.

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