(Store signs from Stratford, Ontario for Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Store Front Signs.)
Remember the Vern and Ernest commercials? Ever since “Vern” has been the nickname Mom and I call each other. Always makes us smile.
Who knew our small town houses such fame?
(For Nancy Merrill’s A Photo a Week: signs)
Hard not to take some signs literally –
clearly reflecting one’s current state
I prefer signs that lead me to mysterious
or more rewarding destinations –
“Signs, signs, everywhere a sign,” the song says,
hope you find your sign today….
(for Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: signs.)
Submitted for Proscenium’s Friday Follies.
For Proscenium’s Friday Follies. Make sure you clean up after yourselves as you go today, people!
Actually, this is a photo my husband took, and I stole it. The devil made me do it!
(For Proscenium’s Friday Follies)
My husband doesn’t see the humour in this, but where I’m from signs warn: Bump Ahead. A ‘speed hump’ is a ‘quickie’. Nudge, nudge, wink, wink.
Posted for Friday Follies, hosted by Proscenium.
No arguments here! Although apparently some people need further warning:
Submitted for Proscenium’s Friday Follies.)
This photograph was taken at a bird sanctuary in Texas.
Proscenium is hosting Friday Follies, which despite the name, is open for submissions all week long.
Jazz, from Steps and Pauses sent me this sign, taken in Uncertain, Texas, a place she says is worthy of a visit:
I would think they have a rather large following.
I spotted this sign, and well…I think the ironies speak for themselves:
The black squirrel (featured) thought he had cleverly outrun his assailant – a raging red squirrel – only to find we were in his path. Dramatic irony at its best.
Keep smiling all. It’s Friday!
(Written for V.J.’s weekly challenge: irony)