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Out of your comfort zone contest entry - City . This is my first entry for the "Get out of your comfort zone contest" by Christian Hansen. This entry is splitted in two parts. It's in the theme "city" and shows how traffic should and how it mustn't be. (For judges: I'm in the FANG group) . The first two images are giving a preview on the two vignettes wich belong together. The first one (on the title) shows how traffic should be: Most people walking or riding bike. The city is clean, everything's fine... BUT there is the second vig, wich shows how traffic mustn's be: A car (wich apparently had have some crashs yet) collided with a fireplug and a homeless begging for money (we don't want anyone to be homeless). I think you can't see it on the first pic, but the diver has got a fish on a leash. One of my most favourite figures is the classical builder. The second vignette in a better view. I want to show the other picture first, because otherwise you can't see the similarity between the basic constructions of both. The homeless wondering what happened in front of his nose. I do not really like the way the workingman is jumping out/getting away of his car. But I didn't know how to make it better too. The destroyed fireplug. I've always been waiting for a situation where to use this water piece! I hope you like it, and that it's good enough to get ahead! Don't forget to comment!

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