Today, while my two young charges were attending reading hour at the Cherry Hill Library, I skulked out onto the floor to capture a few signs hawking books. What better sign can you find!
Take note of the Elephant and Piggie sign. If you have small children or grandchildren, go to your local library and pick one or more of these up. They are hysterical and adorable. Oh, by Mo Willems (no I didn’t leave out the ‘i” and mistype the “a”. It really is Willems.:-). )
And, speaking of my charges, this little guy is wearing a sign as well.
I had to include the cute little pouty lips.
Since we had a torrential downpour this morning, I put my bike ride off til I got home. I didn’t really overwhelm you with too many fun fotos up top, so I thought I’d take my camera on my ride and point and click in the park. I was amazed at the number of signs I came across. These are just some.
This is actually the second stop sign on my route. I thought the hydrant gave it a little more class. 🙂
Then comes the stop sign warning – telling you that a stop sign is up ahead. HUH? (if you look way down the road a piece, you’ll see the actual stop sign this sign is referring to. WHAT?
Believe it or not, there was another Do Not Enter sign to the right. Can you say Overkill?
This sign is suppose to register your speed. I guess I wasnt’ going all that fast. I’m working on it!
A little retro here. And there really is a pay phone under this sign. It’s seen better days, but it works!
Do you think they want you to stay out?
A few more rules and regs before leaving the park. And none too soon. This was a sign that it was time for me to go home!!!!
This one’s a little blurry and understandably so. I was shaking in my boots when I shot this. I’m a little leery of these guys. It all started back in 1970, in the San Fransisco Bay area. But that’s another story for another day.
Please click on the cute little critter below to see other entries @ Ceephotography.com. This guy doesn’t freak me out – as much. 🙂
Hope you had a little fun.
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