Weekly Photo Challenge – Letters

April 26, 2014 at 2:40 pm 9 comments

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Spring Break – 2006

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Spring Break – 2006

When the Weekly Photo Challenge popped into my email, I could not help but giggle.  Sign manufacturing is my line of business, so I see letters everyday – big ones, small ones, illuminated ones, non-illuminated ones, made of acrylic, made of aluminum….We fabricate them, install them, service them….  So, when it came time to pick a photo, let me just say there are thousands to choose from.  I decided, however, to post two photos which hold a very special place in my heart.

Spring Break 2006 – Bill, the boys and I took a cross-country trip.  I suppose you can say it was inspired by Harvard Lampoon’s Family Vacation – minus Clark, Cousin Eddie, Aunt Edna and Wally World.  The photos above really do not require any explanation.  These are two quintessential signs; recognizable by most people, whether you live in the US or not.  I mean… how can one not recognize the Las Vegas sign?




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