Handmade signs are special since there are so many commercial produced signs around.
Enjoy! Have a great week-end!
I found this sign in the Captain’s quarters on the Red Oak Liberty Ship. It speaks for itself.
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I found this sign in a restaurant in Benicia, CA. The light was not the greatest and I photographed at 1/15 sec. I wish the image would have been a little bit sharper but I still like it. By the way, the waitress there was very nice and friendly!
Keep on photographing!
Let’s continue worsking on signs this week.
It looks like an old barrel was converted into a sign. Enjoy and keep on looking.
I found this sign at a local pumpkin patch. Enjoy and have a great week-end!
These signs are interesting. The top sign is in English the bottom one in Spanish. In addition, no Government Dollars funded this sign. I talked to the Gentleman who lived right behind the sign and he told me that Rockhill Lane was hard to find and the Government had no money to put up a sign so he did it himself. After he had done it the local authorities felt embarrassed and put up a second sign.
Enjoy and keep on looking an photographing!
There are signs everywhere, especially during election time. Go out and photograph signs!
I photographed these election signs on CA State Hwy 580 driving eastbound towards Fremont, CA.
Enjoy and keep on photographing.