"Photographers see the world rather than just look at it."
there seems to be more and more of these advertising cars around. I guess it is one way for small entrepreneurs to get their business known!
Far cry from those advertising magnets of my day. Wonder what it cost to deck out his ride?
I like to learn, but I'm glad I'm not in school anymore!
I love these advertising cars...they are so much fun.
Nice capture, Andy. There seem to be more and more tutors around these days.
How embarrassing for the kid if this were parked in his/her driveway! I can just hear it now! "Oh God! Mom! Really?"
Mixed feelings on this way of advertising. Lots of ad exposure to a wide audience, but I agree with Pat - instant embarrassment/peer harassment for the recipient student.
I agree with Pat -- maybe kids these days are less easily embarrassed? It sure does get your attention though. (I just had another thought -- maybe you don't have to be a kid -- maybe it would come to my house and tutor me in how to use my new IPad (or even my old laptop for that matter ;>)
That is definitely an eye catcher. Great find. You can envy Bud, but not moi. He is in remote high country with no book, no radio, nothing but his feet, pack, and love of hiking in the mountains. Hope to have an update tonight or tomorrow. What I posted is all that he has sent back. This time he is shooting and then waiting until he gets to a hostel to fire them off into the internet. That way he saves his battery on the iPhone.
I see a lot of these around the city these days.
with working parents, a Tutor Doctor is a big help.:pjust last night, i saw a Home Massage car parked near my apartment.:pSigns
Great find! Love your word play "learning ills"!
I'm a poet and do not know it.
did you manage to see if the driver actually looked like his picture?those are gaudy colours, I think
Being a teacher for German as a foreign language over here, I do nearly the same. Great find. Please have a good Friday.daily athens photo