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That's an eye catching sign, Andy. Nice shot and it looks like leftovers are whats for supper.. again!be well and happy,Pam
Cool sign for Fishbone!You were interested in the location of the stone bridge on my blog? Easy- 401 West to Trafalgar Rd.North. About 15 minutes up Trafalgar by Georgetown, Trafalgar Rd. joins with Hwy 7 for a couple of miles. Go up two big hills and at the top of the second Hwy 7 and Trafalgar, separate again. You want to stay to the right on Trafalgar Rd. There will be a gas station at the corner now on your left. Go north on Trafalgar to the first right which is 27th Side Road. Turn right and follow past the 8Th line. You will find the one lane bridge a little way down this road. If you go too far you come across the Silver Creek Conservation Area. Go back a quarter mile. Lots of trails in this area.You can follow the creek on either side of the bridge for quite a hike. Longer to the south. It is a lovely area!
Great color and a simple design that will be instantly recognizable to patrons... glad that you showed both photos... I am guessing that they do quite wellBises,G
Simple elegance?Far better than a big nose! (I must get down to Leslieville and get a shot of that one!)
Oh, that fish looks so happy! I agree with Pam - it's definitely eye-catching :)
I'd be glad to try their fishbone soup! Neat find.
The sign certainly gets the owner's point across. Great find.
a happy fish is a tasty fish.
The owner of this bistro came up with a very clever and cool sign. I really like it. The red background for the white of the fish skeleton really draws one’s attention to the sign. I like it!
Striking sign, nothing left but a smile.
I hope the fish bones stay on the sign, and don't end up in the food, ha, ha!Nice find!
That is a very graphic sign. Might be too graphic.
Agree:simple elegance.Great capture too!Sign:Wanted
great sign! i thought it's an anti-nuke sign. LOL
Such a cool sign and I have never thought to take a photo of it! Good for you, Andy!
Nice catch, indeed! This sign gets A+ for branding! Simple, meaningful and memorable!
That'll get one's attention! (The bones are my least favorite part of the fish though ;>)
That's fantastic! What great graphics.
Very cool..love the sign's clean lines and the contrast of white on red...you captured a stiking image!Lynette