The often miraculous ways we get our stuff (and ourselves) from one spot to another.
On paper, transportation routes look quite tidy, even between cities or across countries.
But the reality is often messier, especially in the developing world. Often a bike or back is the best way to move scores of kites, milk cartons, water jugs or even people from one spot to another. Below, an ode to this process, with pictures by Reuters photographers.