If you drive anything that moves on road in the city, chance is the thing you ride has a rear-view mirror fixed onto it. I call it an instrument, which you cannot do without unless you wish to mess up on the road that may result into unwanted incidents.
Yet for all that it offers, the rear-view mirror is rarely used for hunting pleasure when conditions permit. In my case it is as much a guide while driving as it is for stealing views when my car is not moving such as stopping at red light.
I cannot excuse myself from exploring the vicinity through acute angles reflected from the car’s 3 rear-view mirrors, 2 on either side and one in the middle. I try to figure out how the same view appears in each of 3 mirrors. Evidently they differ and that itself is an exercise for me in silent observation.
Here I present 2 snaps which I took recently as I waited for the signal to turn green.