Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Signs, Signs - Upside Down

Andy | Wednesday, October 16, 2013 | Best Blogger Tips

"Spatial orientation phenomenon" is very rare but there are people who see the world upside down.
I'm linking to Lesley's Signs, Signs.

24 comments:

  1. That is sooo funny! Do you ever see people standing on their heads to try to read it? I know lots of folks who see the world upside down - here we call them Republicans and they work in our Congress! :)

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    1. From afar in Canada it's fun watching American politics. With your view you probably could say the same thing about Canadians.

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  2. Looks a bit like the sugar factory of my former post. Is the building still in use? Its a first for me to see such a big phrase upside down. Nice.

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    1. Yes S.C. it's still in use. This is what their web page has to say...
      Since opening it’s doors to musicians in 1981, The Cameron House has been home to thousands of bands. Many of these artists have since gone on to enjoy very successful careers in music. The likes of, Gordie Johnson, Blue Rodeo, Holly Cole, Jane Siberry, Ron Sexsmith, Lorainne Segato, Willie P. Bennet, Molly Johnson, and The Barenaked Ladies are only the tip of the iceberg.

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  3. Had to look up Spatial orientation phenomenon to see if you were not taking the mick and yes it does happen even to me as I used to skuba dive so have had instances of it. So what is the place ?A nightclub

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  4. Is that upside down :) living 'down under' I may have a slight advantage :)))

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    1. Do think the owner might be an Aussie? :)

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  5. That link was very interesting and that girl will feel right at home with this sign.

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  6. It's not upside down if you stand on your head!
    Yep, the huge parking lot at Port Stanley is now a pay lot, but it isn't enforced after Labour Day.

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  7. First off, love the colors - both are my favorite! Secondly, I've seen signs like this and I think they are like this to get the public's attention. That's my take on it, at least!

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  8. First off, love the colors - both are my favorite! Secondly, I've seen signs like this and I think they are like this to get the public's attention. That's my take on it, at least!

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  9. You are getting around town more than I am Lately, Andy!

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  10. Why I have no troubles believing this? Very nice image, by the way!

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  11. If you are leaning out the window and looking down, the sign is right side up. Nice find!

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  12. This is quite the find. It makes me giggle. The building looks to me another old warehouse. Nice capture. genie

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  13. That is a great sign which demands attention. There is a laundry in San Antonio which always has the word "Laundry" upside down. Always draws the eye.

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  14. I think this is a very clever sign on a venue like this. Nice!

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  15. I love this, Andy. I didn't even notice the rightside-up one, because I learned to read upside down when I was a child. Dad was a printer, and my brother and I became printers also, but Dad taught us to read in mirror image just because he thought we'd enjoy it. I know he enjoyed teaching us a motley assortment of skills when we were young.
    K

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  16. Oh this is odd. Poor chap big project so he took a nip and another nip. To him. It was purrrrrrrrrrrrrrfect.

    He thought it said. This is Paradise. Have a drink on me.

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  17. o wow, i didnt know that existed! interesting link!

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