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Signs

Really nice to have such a good camera that is so easy to carry around. I took my EM-5 out on a Sunday walk - no aches and pains from carrying heavy camera gear .

Came across these signs ... I think I am going to start a "Slow" collection.



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Re: Signs

My favourite sign, which I haven't photographed, is that on hi-vis vests worn by horse riders. "please pass wide and slow", which I thought about buying for my wife when she used to run. She was wide and slow .....
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Re: Signs

When I lived and worked in Nottingham I regularly passed a barbers that advertised "Haircut While You Wait" on an 'A' board outside.
It always brought a smile to my face as I considered what the alternatives might be?
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Re: Signs

Yeah, that "while you wait" bit is rather quirky.
My grand daughter asked me to take her to have her ears pierced and when I pointed out the sign to her and asked did she want to wait or leave them and pick them up later
I got the "Grandad you are so not cool" look.
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