Our paths when driving versus walking are different, which causes a few differences:
- Our paths take us through different areas not centered on pushing automobiles around.
- The types of paths we value are different; most people don't like walking along six-lane highways with cars constantly zooming by.
- The way we perceive distances changes a bit.
Just a random observation I've noticed through my every-day life, brought about memories which resurfaced from something I did this morning.