Stating the Obvious


It seems pretty obvious to me that you should step down when you see stairs. But I guess some people need reminding.

Confidential to my brother: Happy Birthday!!!

13 comments:

Jim Klenke said...

There are a lot of things that we need to be reminded of. Sometimes with a slap upside the head.

Hilda said...

You'd be surprised how many people would miss those steps, especially in this age of cellphones and all sorts of gadgets.

Fantastic colors here.

Hilda said...

Oops. And happy birthday to your brother!

Small City Scenes said...

Ya know, some people just gotta be told. It seems there are a lot of sheep like people with no common sense out there. Beware!! MB

Jacob said...

Perhaps the various lights confuse the issue. In spite of the warning, I'd probably fall on my head!

Re your comment on Ocala. Yup, this is a black congregation as are other of the Missionary Baptist churches in our area...how come you're so smart?

Jacob said...

What? You have MB churches in Mississippi? Omigod! ;-))

Halcyon said...

Jacob & Hilda: This was a night photo with some colorful neon lights coming from the shops. I just saturated the colors in Picasa to come up with this effect.

cieldequimper said...

Eh bien moi j'aime bien l'effet saturé. Quant à la marche, ben parfois quand on a le nez en l'air on ne les voit pas... Bon anniversaire à monsieur frère ( pour la confidentialité, c'est raté !)

VP said...

No warning sign is superfluous... and Happy Birthday to your brother!

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Calusarus said...

Colors are awesome !

Jack said...

I think the blinding colors would distract me. Of course, I'm a bit of a klutz. (Happy B-day to your brother.)

ρομπερτ said...

It would indeed be nice if one would know always where and how to go ;) A great Friday for you and thank you for your visit as well.

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