Tuesday, February 7, 2012

This is a sign ...

19 comments:

cieldequimper said...

Seen like that, it's scary!

RedPat said...

It is indeed!

Memphis MOJO said...

Signs, signs, everywhere a sign. Glad I don't have to climb up there and fix or change it.

La Principessa Errante said...

No it isn't. It is a carbon dioxide eating transformer sent here to free our air of pollutants and get us back on track from this wacky weather we have been having this year. That's my story and I'm sticking to it.

Thank you for your kind word about a book. It is in the back of my head, just need to figure out how to go about it on someone else's dime.

Birdman said...

Looks like a short bridge to me... that one to nowhere!

Sharon said...

I was just given a petition to pass around to stop the city from installing these around town.

Randy said...

At least it's not a sign of the end of the world.

Olivier said...

l'angle choisit pour prendre la photo est tres bon ;) on dirait la tete d'un serpent

Cezar and Léia said...

I think to take this picture for me it will be a challenge!Wonderful shot!
Love the angle!
Léia

David Thomas said...

It kind of reminds me of the head of a prehistoric dinosaur. One of those that enjoys terrorizing the smaller animals and eating them. I can't really see the ad. Could it be Microsoft?

Bibi said...

Here there would be dangerous, deadly icicles hanging on it, and I'd never shoot the sign from that angle in the winter!

JM said...

Cool perspective, Lowell!

geoffsteen said...

Makes my neck hurt!

magiceye said...

did you lie down to take this pic? :)

Bergson said...

but what is this?

Abraham Lincoln said...

Am over at WordPress now.

Got out of Google and stopped Flickr for now.

Halcyon said...

Should I read anything into this sign? Is it life-changing?

EG Wow said...

Yes, but a sign of what's to come.? Do you hear scary music in the background? I do.

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