Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Signs

Signs in Salamanca

Here are a few more photos I took during my walk around Salamanca and Battery Point on Tuesday.

A Sign from a Greek Restaurant
Tasmanian cheese here!
Marker for Battery Point Sculpture Trail
Monument to Canadian exiles

Finally one from the past, taken outside Parliament House.

Amnesty

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Signs

Signs of the Times

My photos this week were taken with my phone while I was out and about in  Geeveston. As I’ve explained before I don’t like to take my camera with me to the Op Shop. I’m afraid that it will end up buried under a pile of stuff never to be seen again. I don’t enjoy using the phone that much but it does take a reasonable photo.

The sign outside the local doctors surgery.

Which Way?

Signs outside the school

Sign for the Op Shop

Closed for the holidays

Sign at the skate park

Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Signs

Signs of the Times

I notice signs and I often take photos of funny signs I see when I am out and about or the faded ghost signs often found on the side of old buildings.

Today while I was at the Op Shop I snapped a couple of pictures of signs on my phone.  We were not too happy about having to put this first one up but a few people take advantage of our sale by stuffing way too many things into their bags which is unfair to the rest of the customers.

We have the $5 sale every school holidays and the entire month of July every year. The money raised at the shop all goes back to support our local community so it is a bit disappointing when people try to take advantage.

A notice at the Op Shop

This one is more humourous. Sorry it’s not a great photo. I was holding the phone above my head.

A funny sign at the Op Shop

I do enjoy funny signs and snapped these two in shop windows in Hobart I think.

So it is!

Seen in a Hobart Shop Window

Here are a couple I spotted outside a church near Bellerive Oval.

You have been warned.

Ricky is former Australian Cricket captain Ricky Ponting, a Tasmanian.

 

 

Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Signs

There are plenty of signs around Lake Dulverton so I made up a series of them for this challenge.

 

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Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Signs

Signs in the City

Another chilly Hobart morning and I was waiting to meet some friends so how better to pass the time than taking a few photos for Cee’s Black & White Challenge.

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Cee’s Which Way Photo Challenge – by Allyson Clark

Which Way Tasman Highway – by Allyson Clark

I’m submitting these for my friend Allyson as I think they are great Which Ways from our road trip. Allyson does not have a blog but I think I am going to try to persuade her to start one up to share her photos.

Truck on the Tasman Highway near The Sideling lookout.
Truck on the Tasman Highway near The Sideling lookout. Photo by Allyson Clark.

Signs on the Tasman Highway.
Signs on the Tasman Highway.

The Sideling Lookout Photo by Allyson Clark.
The Sideling Lookout Photo by Allyson Clark.

Interpretive sign Little Blue Lake.
Interpretive sign Little Blue Lake. Photo by Allyson Clark.

Cee’s Which Way Photo Challenge

Which Way At The Airport

Airport’s are great places to do which ways and as I had plenty of time during my layover in Melbourne recently I went looking for some for this post. One thing you can find plenty of at an airport is signs. Signs that tell you where to go and when, maps, warnings and of course advertising signs.

The colourful map of the Sydney rail system caught my eye. Strangely I did not see one of Melbourne perhaps because they don’t yet have a rail link to the airport. I don’t know what airports elsewhere are like but I did not raise an eyebrow wandering around with my camera, not even near the doors with the “keep out” signs.

This part of the airport houses Gates 1-10 and only about half of them were busy. I ventured up to Gate 10 and it was deserted. Gates 11 -22 are on the other side of the terminal and I could not be bothered going out and back through security again to see what I thought was probably more or less the same.

I watched a few planes taxiing out to the runway and now I understand what those little circles on the tarmac are for.

Apron Domestic Terminal Melbourne
On the Apron.