Thursday, November 10, 2016

Cee's Black & White Photo Challenge: Signs of Any Kind

On Cee's blog hop she points out that some signs are obvious but others may not be as easily understood.  Signs can be in many different shapes and sizes.  Here is my contribution this week to link to Cee's Black & White Photo Challenge:  Signs of Any Kind.

The message I received from this photo, is that the hiker should have worn better shoes for the trek.

shoe sole

Warning, dog lives there, and chews anything!  

doormat chewed by dog

Sign indicating ownership.  Father Bernard Hubbard, a Jesuit explorer, used this boat in the first half of the 1900's.  He became known as the "glacier priest."

Fr Hubbard's Vessel Libby at St. Therese Shrine, Juneau, AK

A sign that there is something else that Leona's Bakery and Cafe serves.  (The cafe is not in the photo.)    

Leona's Bakery & Cafe, Mt. Angel, OR

I love this sign!  Since there were a couple of these on the deck of the store, I'm not sure if there used to be a vehicle that had this sign, or if they repurposed vehicle doors to paint the name of the store.

Blackbird Granary Antiques & Curiosities, Mt. Angel, OR

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