You never know when a pedestrian-on-pedestrian collision might occur. It's always best to be prepared.
Three Department of Public Works employees painting a bridge over a creek. Two of them set up a work platform made out of two stepladders and a plank. The third, a little smarter that those two and probably a supervisor, elected not to use the work platform and erected his own stepladder in the creek. At least they have their hip-waders on.
RO&AD, an architectural firm whose name sounds very much like a quote from an intoxicated Chris Farley, recently designed The Trench Bridge. A pedestrian foot path designed to make us rethink the way we look at bridges, this one crosses the moat in front of Fort de Roovere in Halsteren. A neat concept, but one that would only be applicable on a small scale to bodies of water that stay at a constant depth.