weekly photo challenge – signs

A really funny tropic this week – I love funny signs – but I don’t see them – once and that images I used a while back when the subject was about what; the sign say – in June 2013.  So I had to take the thinking cap on again – and here is a gallery of some streets that I have walked … during the last 5 years. Very few famous ones. *smile

Enjoy your weekend!

 “Be comfortable in the narrow streets
because they will take you to the wider streets!”
Mehmet Murat ildan

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Why not join the challenge or at least check out all the great entries and views on this week’s tropic – just click on the logo above and you will land in the all the action and stunning images.

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27 thoughts on “weekly photo challenge – signs

    • You’re such a sweetheart, thank you so much …. I love to win, but it doesn’t happen very often. *laughter – but they say that winning isn’t that important … how are they kidding. *smile
      Have a pleasant weekend, girlfriend.

    • Yes, I surprised that I had so many Swedish.
      None from Istanbul, but I will be there over Christmas .. so I will capture a couple then.
      How are things with you??? Working too hard???

      • I don’t know .. maybe she is in Baku … I’m just escaping Christmas – my friends are in Thailand and I don’t want to be sitting at home … in Istanbul live is normal the whole stay. 22-17.11. Found a 5* hotel for only 750sek per night. Flight 1500sek. Looking forward to use spoil myself .. with visit to the hotel SPA and great food.

      • To be honest I wish you could come along too …. I don’t know about spoiling it’s more about escaping. Nearly spent every Christmas with mum … or a part of Christmas, even if we didn’t celebrate as such – I don’t want to be alone at home. That’s one of the reasons why I don’t like Christmas … lonely people get even more lonely – friends are so busy with their own families .. and I understand that.

      • Mmm, true. We’ve had lonely friends of our children staying over Christmas here. Orphans and others. Christmas should not be spent alone for a child at least.

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