Combined, these two themes got me thinking about how signs tell a story. They speak to us. They’re informative.
And often amusing.
I love humorous signs. Especially when they’re not meant to be.
Rich has taken dozens of photos of a signs that have tickled his sense of humour over the years. Unfortunately, most of them are buried in his tens of thousands of photographs, both digital and film. One day I’ll have to take the time to sort them out. I think they’d make a good blog post.
Last month, I described how we found the Grand Canyon full of smoke when we visited its North Rim in November, 2011. What I didn’t reveal in my previous post was that as we stood at the edge of this mile-deep slash in the Earth’s surface, we discovered one of the most random and unnecessary signs it’s ever been my pleasure to see:
If you have any photos of humorous or daft signs, please feel free to post them on my Facebook page. Perhaps I can do a follow-up blog of the best ones!
And if that’s not enough for you, there are now three Jaspa’s Journey novels to enjoy as ebooks! Perfect for Kids 8 – 80!