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March 26, 2013


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Super cool signs and the split tone b/w effect works perfectly for the images!


the second shot is really cool.


Held together with wooden pegs? Wow!

Simona Carini

Thank you, Lynne.

Thank you, Tanusree.

Ciao Paz. I haven't double-checked ;) Next time I will take better photos of the building itself.


Great, great signage shots! They would make me stop, too. : )

Thank you, Simona, for joining in BWW!


I love this!

Simona Carini

Thank you, Susan. They are hard to miss. Maybe one day I'll do a project on all the signs we pass on Hwy 101.

Thanks, Claire!


great great and great, i think it is enough about this.

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