A sign in India.
There are letters of the
alphabet everywhere. They are used to communicate in many different languages. These letters that we may or may not understand can become an important piece of information or even a work of art. Some may also provoke a laugh, even if they weren’t intended for that purpose.
I have captured many letters around the world.
Cavern Quarter, Liverpool, UK (Where The Beatles used to play.)
The Cavern Club, Liverpool, UK (Where The Beatles used to play.)
Written on a bench in Stockholm, Sweden.
Real sign in Liverpool, UK
Part of an outdoor art exhibition in Stockholm, Sweden
Neon Signs at the Tube, London
A newspaper in India.
Graffiti in Durham, NC
Found at a bookstore in London
The Carolina Theater, Durham, NC
Inside the Tate Modern Museum, London
Pick your toilet style. India.
Museum of Flight, Seattle
Pike Place Market, Seattle
Inside a restaurant in Portland.
Watch out for the plants on the double-decker turibus, Mexico.
Farmer’s Market, Durham, NC
Vintage graffiti, Durham, NC
Powell’s City of Books, Portland
Billboard in India.
Found at a restaurant in Pune, India
Which one was your favorite?
Weekly Photo Challenge: Letters]
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If you like art and letters, you might love this: http://everydayloveart.com/blog/category/saturday-school/.
This artist has some beautiful cards and prints of Devanagari with messages in Hindi and English.
Thinking about it, the eastern toilet, and western toilet really stood out. Why? Well in my mind an eastern toilet is a hole in the ground, a western toilet…….. well nothing more needs to be said. Curious. Did you peek in to see the differences or did the smell give it away? Anyway loved the post.
I have used the Eastern toilet way too many times in this lifetime that I should’ve have hehe. Given the choice though, I would always go for western.
Amen, to that one sister.
Look at all of the fabulous spots you have been to! Your ‘word’ photos are such fun.
Love your submissions!
Thank you Tori!
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