A funny and a little mad road classification exercise.
Here is the second episode of Stewart Brand’s How Buildings Learn series.
It’s not really clear to me, why almost 15 mio people have watched this facebook video. The drone pilot seems to be new to the business of flying and filming.
This is from a family holiday back in the 20st century. In summer 1985, we crossed the inner-German border at checkpoint Lauenburg/Horst to tour Mecklenburg-Vorpommern for three days by car. Permission was needed to use the GDR road infrastructure. It cost 10 West German Mark and had to be bought with GDR border control. The fee receipt (Gebührenbescheinigung) was well kept in the family photo album. It is in one sentence and translates as follows:
“For using the Roads of the German Democratic Republic during a one-off trip to the German Democratic Republic (Level 1) and back according to legislation in force of the German Democratic Republic fees of 10 DM were paid.”