WP Weekly Photo Challenge: Signs

Here is my entry for this week’s Word Press Weekly Photo Challenge with the theme of Signs.  Most of you who follow me know that I enjoy taking photos of signs.  So this challenge seems perfect for me.  ENJOY!  Have a marvelous weekend everyone.

Oregon City, Oregon.
Oregon City, Oregon.
Found on a trail in Molalla, Oregon.
Found on a trail in Molalla, Oregon.
Swan Island Dahlias.
Swan Island Dahlias.
Found on all Oregon beaches about a year after the tsunami in Japan.
Found on all Oregon beaches about a year after the tsunami in Japan.

Qi (energy) hugs

Cee

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        1. To add a hyper link you can simply add in their URL. For the WordPress Sign, here is the URL.

          http://dailypost.wordpress.com/dp_photo_challenge/signs/

          If you place that in your post, it will give show up in ping back section of the challenge.
          When you grab a link from any wordpress.com site (like your blog and my blog) and add their URL (which is the string you can copy on the top of your computer screen) it will give a ping back into their post which you added the link for.

          The other way you can do it, is copy or URL (or page link) and past it in the comment area on the challenge post which want to to add your link to.

          If this doesn’t help you out, contact me by email (ceeneuner@me.com) and I can show you pictures of what I am talking about.

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  1. All the signs are great, but the photographer was really good. I know you’ve said he was actually in the right spot, but I love the implication that he’s not.

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  2. A sign is a sign is a sign … NOT! Enjoyed these photos to the max – they were so interesting. Can’t wait to see more of them, but in the meantime thanks for sharing (you made my weekend) 🙂

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  3. The photographer sign is so funny but also a question of to what extend we are willing to go (harming nature in this case) for a picture!

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  4. The sign in the first photo is funny as it can easily be misinterpreted as the workers who are below shouldn’t heave stuff over the facility. Maybe an exclamation point would help if placed after WORKERS BELOW! LOL

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