Yes, I give myself a fail.
See, I was cruising along this month decently. Then some crap happened. What, you may ask?
- My main walk around lens (17-40) is still shot. I can’t afford to have it fixed… yet. That greatly hampered things. Still, I have an iPhone and a point and shoot and other lenses…
- The last week or so, I’ve been sick as can be. That’s made things quite awful as I’ve barely been near a computer.
So, here I am now. A day late and trying to catch up to make this a wonderful experience, still. And it will be. Oh yes, it will be.
Anyway, this month’s fantastic theme was signs. This could be interpreted in many ways, but as a fan of actual signs, I went forth with the plan where I’d be using those…
… and of course I can’t find a couple shots I took.
No worries. On a weekend trip to Massachusetts for a geocaching event, I got some interesting signs. It seems, however, that I was mixing last month’s theme (bridges) with this month’s theme as I visited eight covered bridges on this trip and they often have some really interesting signs.
So, without anymore blabbing… here’s my five for July.
1. Uneven Deck
I loved this sign as I’d never seen it before. I had it without the bridge, but thought the bridge gave it a bit better context. In Vermont.
The funny part about this sign is, of the four New York covered bridges we saw that day, three of them had people jumping off them. Look for a future blog post covering this.
3. Parking area
This sign is at a local pulloff parking area. I love the age and weathered look.
On our way to the big geocaching event… this is Tavis as we found a cache entering Vermont.
You can park here… but where to fish?
And that’s my five for the month of July. I hope you enjoyed the series.
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Don’t forget, too, to come back Friday and see the theme for August!
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