A Word a Week Photograph Challenge – Sign

A Word A Week Photograph Challenge topic is sign.  For those of you who have been following me awhile know that I adore taking photos of signs.  Here are a few from the last couple of weeks.  ENJOY!

 

Williamette River flows in the background.  Directly below sign is a cliff then space for workers at an old abandoned paper plant.
Williamette River flows in the background. Directly below sign is a cliff then space for workers at an old abandoned paper plant.
How do you not follow this truck when driving in the middle of Canby's main road (known better at Highway 99).
How do you not follow this truck when driving in the middle of Canby’s main road (known better at Highway 99).

 

Yep, took this at the Tulip Festival yesterday.
Yep, took this at the Tulip Festival yesterday.

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Cee

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  1. the first one has that nice play on words – like whew – glad the workers below do not throw rocks…. ha! and those wooden shoes, well I have yellow slippers just like those. smaller size of course – but how fun.

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  2. Three great ones! I think that first one is quite clever… I wonder if it stops people from throwing stones down on the workers… And of course the way you took the last one, it seems as though we are looking at a wooden shoe farm.. wonder what the tulips are doing there?

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