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signageOf all the ridiculous signs in a risk-averse country…!

Weekly Photo Challenge: Each week WordPress provides a new photographic theme for creative inspiration. We take photographs based on our interpretation of the theme, and post them on our blogs anytime before the following Friday when the next photo theme is announced.

Street furniture and shop windows interest me and I loved all the signage on the brick wall especially the reminder to be quiet! It was very quiet when I took the photo of Foss Street except for the joyous choruses from the blue chapel which sounded so welcoming and uplifting. The shop window of Signature may well be the inspiration for my son’s new bedroom d├ęcor as nautical flags and a lime green feature wall are acceptable to both of us.

Our family holiday to Dartmouth to celebrate my parents’ Ruby Anniversary was an outstanding success and we left with happy memories.

I don’t often frequent theme parks but my son was turning nine and the time had come to visit Legoland. We planned, prepared and equipped ourselves for the campaign of attack as you can’t take these things too lightly!

But I was blown away and so enjoyed our visit because the park was true to the concept of Lego. What especially delighted me was the quirky signage, the attention to detail and Lego constructions – a life-size zebra and Easter Island statues were just few of the surprises.