A miscellany like Grandma’s attic in Taunton, MA or Mission Street's Thrift Town in San Francisco or a Council, ID yard sale in cloudy mid April or a celestial roadmap no one folded—you take your pick.
Nice shot! I have a friend in the Rochester, NY area who specializes in b&w shots of abandoned, dilapidated buildings, and this reminds me of her work.
Hi Roy: Thanks so much! A good b&w photographer who likes ramshackle buildings would have a heyday in Idaho & eastern Oregon.
Nice one, John! I like the dilapidated buildings too. I can't help but wonder, was there ever an apostrophe? I like the missing "r".
Hi Kat: Thanks! I wondered about the apostrophe, especially because there's seems to be a bit of extra space between the "T" & the "S"--or maybe the extra pace was supposed to stand in for an apostrophe!
I like the irony in this photo.Have a happy fourth of July.
Hi HKatz: Thanks! Hope you have a wonderful July 4th too :)
Great photo. I go with the apostrophe theory. An apostrophe would only be connected to one bar, so would have twice the chance of falling off.Went through a phase of collecting photos of wonky signs. My favourite was "Anger Rock Falls".
Hi Dominic: Excellent point about the odds of an apostrophe falling off! & in truth my proposal about the space standing in for an apostrophe seems "too clever by half." "Anger Rock Falls" would be a great sign!
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