The word Sue has put in our ear this week is Sign. I have been known to photograph a sign or two when I am out – looking for those that seem to reflect the personality of where I’m at. Here are some from the Corkscrew Conservatory and the Everglades National Preserve in southeast Florida.
I am intrigued by how the signs I live with at my northern home are so banal, so common. When I travel to somewhere new, the signs show me new dangers, new ways of living within the culture of the area.
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6 thoughts on “Word a Week: Sign”
Thanks for including the link Pat! Love your signs. When I was in the Nederland’s they actually built a bridge ( and a sign in Dutch) so the animals could cross over the read. I wish I had taken a photo!
We have seen so many wonderful photos but being on highways doesn’t allow for stopping for such stuff.
I understand : )
Hmm…I would imagine that there is a good reason for those signs…people go off the trail…wonder what they’d do if the sign read “beware of gators!”. 🙂
Pat, I imagine one must be either knowledgeable or short sighted to get off the trail in the Everglades, or the Amazon for that matter…..
That is what I’m thinking. 😉