Wednesday, March 05, 2014

Signs, Signs - Perfume

Andy | Wednesday, March 05, 2014 | Best Blogger Tips

For this one I'm in Chinatown. I'm linking to Lesley's Signs, Signs. and Song-ography.

27 comments:

  1. I don't associate this view with the smell of perfume but who knows.

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  2. There are so many signs, you miss them all to read.

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  3. Somehow, I have serious doubts about buying my perfume there. Great catch!

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  4. Hmmm….I dont' think I'd choose this place to buy perfume.

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    1. It could be exciting. You might even run in to Jack Burton. :)

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  5. You can find anything that you want on Spadina!

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  6. Maybe we should not judge by how it looks on the outside..
    Lots to see on this photo.

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  7. Always have to hold my breath when walking through the perfume section of a department store. This place has no attraction, but does make for an interesting photo.

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  8. I see they also do passport photos. :-)

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  9. Hmmmm. Doesn't smell too appealing to me!

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  10. Too much of a muchness, as my mother would have said. I don't wear perfume, so no idea if it's good advertising or not. But I'd love to visit a Chinatown again.. We haven't been to a big (real) City in a long time.

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  11. Now, this is what a call “signage.” Super shot. You caught it all :-)

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  12. I am no fan of graffiti, but I LOVE this shot!

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  13. Before I saw your subtitle I said to myself "Chinatown" - thinking of the one in NYC. Some things are consistent regardless of location - overwhelming signage.

    Glad to see a new face over on song*ography.

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  14. could be a lil scary BUT i do love the image. and i am happy you took it and not me ;)

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  15. sign overload! Great shot for the prompt.

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  16. Such an interesting store front. I wonder why there is all the "Graffiti" . I'm not sure I'd shot there even if it was freer of such (artistic) expressions since I'm allergic to most perfumes.

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  17. These are fun! I love to visit a Chinatown in any city!

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  18. Brilliant shot, love the contrast between the shop name and the graffiti

    Mollyxxx

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  19. I like the motion of the man at the right in the photo along with the vibrant colors. I guess I'm curious as to what "sunny meat" is...the store on the right! lol. Thanks for joining in at Song-ogrpahy.

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