Wednesday, March 15, 2006

ROUND ROBIN PHOTO CHALLENGE

SIGNS~

My camera is still on a business trip out of state with my husband and I have been confined to the older files already stored on my computer for this assignment.

Oh, who am I kidding, I was planning on using this picture all along.  I LOVE it!  I found it during a walk through Manitou Springs in December of last year.  It was hanging in the window of the arcade there along the strip. 

This sign hung next to the ticket window for the old museum in Cripple Creek.  "WE DO NOT WANT CARELESS MEN!"  I'm sure nowdays that would be considered discrimination of some sort.

Wow, I almost forgot about this one.  Las Vegas has some of the coolest store fronts in the country!  My tequila sensor picked up on this one as soon as it came into view during a trip two years ago.  I still haven't forgiven my husband for not stopping there for me.

The Round Robin Photo Challenges: Round Robin Challenge: Signs

10 comments:

nhd106 said...

Funny sign!  Too bad you didn't get into M-ville...
Nancy

demandnlilchit said...

The bra is the first thing that gets flung off upon entering my front door! lol lol lol

mariebm56 said...

GREAT SIGNS!!!.....The top one is the best!
Marie
http://journals.aol.co.uk/mariebm56/PhotographsMemoriesToo

shedrawsanime said...

Great signs!!   :)

Sara
Animated Seasons
http://animatedseasons.artshelf.us

ondinemonet said...

LOL...I love the first one! :) They are all great. This is a truly fun grouping.

Always, Carly :)

mavarin said...

I really love the Cripple creek Museum photo.  The sign itself is really interesting, and I love the aged quality of the wood behind it.  Cheers! - Karen

tc01hm said...

You left me singing on the last two!
Fun Fun Fun!
Tess

jabarett said...

That top one had me laughing. Thanks!

I've been to the Margaritaville in NO. Yummy!

deveil said...

these are wonderful

derek
http://throughvealeyes.blogspot.com/

mtrib2 said...

Having been a signpainter I can just imagine what I would have thought about painting one of those signs.   The one about "careless men" seems archaic and may be quite old.    mark

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