Weekly Photo Challenge

Funny, poignant, symbolic, incorrect, informative, foreshadowing…there are so many signs in the world.

That’s what Sara Rosso has to say about signs, the theme for this weeks Photo Challenge.

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This is a sign on a waymarked path through the New Forest.

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Still in the New Forest, this sign tells us that the Queen planted an oak tree in April 1979 to mark the 9th centenary of the forest founded by William 1 in 1079.

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Keeping to a royal theme, this one should be clear enough to read if you click on it. Taken in my local area, Heavitree, Exeter.

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Now look, you must go to the regatta, church, and an art exhibition at Salcombe. But, don’t even think about drinking there or cleaning your fish!

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Let’s sing and play for World Peace!

As usual join in  at http://dailypost.wordpress.com/2013/05/31/weekly-photo-challenge-the-sign-says/

27 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge

  1. Glad to be back after discovering that wordpress sites are blocked in China, Turkmenistan and Iran. Now in Armenia where access is available. I have seen some interesting signs on my travels, one in this hotel requesting that photographs not be taken from the windows of the hotel of the Presidential Palace. Lots in the previous countries on No Photographs. They say a lot

  2. The signs were great, Gilly, especially “see here … no gutting your fish”, but your New Forest shot struck me most – I can now see why oaks live to be such venerable trees. Thirty three years old and The Queens Oak is still little more than a sapling.

  3. Love the Oak sign Gilly and what a lovely selection for the challenge hon. Thanks for sharing. 🙂 *big hugs*

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