I heart signs

Hey, everyone, hope you had a great weekend. One of the things we did was visit Easton, Maryland, on the Eastern shore. I’ve always heard about the place, but never been. I was surprised at how old the town is–it became the Talbot County seat 300 years ago. According to the Easton website, the “Third Haven Meeting House & Cemetery was built in 1682 and believed to be the oldest framed building dedicated to religious meetings still existing in America.”

Enough on that. I took some pictures of historic buildings, which I’ll post tomorrow, but today it’s signs. Love ’em!

Hill's

This neon sign stayed lit only a second or two, so I’m happy I caught it. Outside an old drugstore.

Mason's

Boutique sign

A sign of sorts that made us do a double take. Not sure how I feel about the message, but I like the reflection of the street and trees.

See you tomorrow!

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4 Responses to I heart signs

  1. You’re always traveling! I wish I could go as many places as you. Easton is within driving distance from me, but I get restless after an hour or so in the car.

    • We do tend to take short day trips, which aren’t as hard. I used to drive cross country without thinking about it, but now I don’t think I’d enjoy it. Give me an airplane any time!

  2. I love your choice of signs. I think signs present an interesting challenge when photographing. They are almost always overhead which sometimes presents odd perspectives and difficult lines. But, you have done an amazing job presenting these! I look forward to seeing the buildings.

    • Thanks! I’ve been pretty lucky in that most of the signs have been at eye level until the drugstore. I had to shoot from different angles because of the sun, which seems to be my biggest challenge. (We seem to be out and about right after lunch.)

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