Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Directional Signs at Heathbrook Outdoor Mall


I suppose a sign like this is necessary, but if you need to rely on it, you're in a bad place. You can see all these stores just by turning in a circle.

16 comments:

William Kendall said...

Not one of those shops to be found in these parts!

Sylvia K said...

That is SO true and in more places than Florida!! Hope your week is going well -- well, at least going to the weekend!! And I hope you have a fun one whatever you do!!

Taken For Granted said...

Suppose the stores like to have signs pointing to there businesses. Not sure anyone reads them. They are subtle.

Linda said...

I love to see stores, restaurants and signs in different parts of the world. Thanks so much for sharing this lovely photo, Lowell!

Lois said...

These kinds of signs have been popping up all over downtown here lately and I'm not sure why. Your comments on my last couple of posts have had me in stitches by the way, especially the one about your yard looking like Donald Trump's hair!

Kay said...

I'd like to just see a sign that says, "Welcome! Pull out your wallet and head this way."

Halcyon said...

Most people probably don't even notice these signs. But you did! ;-)

PerthDailyPhoto said...

By the way the arrow is pointing DSW Shoes is upper level :)

VP said...

You are perfectly right!

Karl Demetz said...

These are great for those who are short-sighted !

Tanya Breese said...

i'll go to dillard's and meet my daughter at ulta! :)

Sharon Anck said...

It does seem odd to have this sign when the stores are easily seen. I could understand the need in some of those big huge malls I've encountered in California.

EG CameraGirl said...

Funny! You truly are funny!

cieldequimper said...

:-)

LOLfromPasa said...

It makes a change from seeing signs telling us how far it is to London, Rome and Hong Kong :).

magiceye said...

In Hindi Ulta means upside down :)

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