"Photographers see the world rather than just look at it."
He seems to have his roots in our country:) A rather compulsory sign, not just one but at least twenty I count!
Why do I think that somebody is coming from holland?
I am always amazed at the number of people who neglect to exercise that privilege.
Will soon look the same here, but liberal has become a dirty word! Tom The Backroads Traveller
All right! Where's my precinct? :-)
Assault on the eyes.
Yes, it´s sad how many do not vote, don´t see it as a chance others have to fight hard for.I just had to really laugh about your comment on Revrunners post with the shell-lady and the big wave! :-)
We still have a lot of time to go before the big day, Andy!
I always do. If nothing else I feel more entitled to complain if the election doesn't go my way.
Yep, vote Holland! ;)
Voting is compulsory in Australia, but still we see gaudy signs like this.
I'll have to photograph the signs here for my election day post. Thus far we're only seeing them on private property; there's a local bylaw prohibiting them on public property until thirty days before the election.
Mark Holland had way too many campaign signs. Voting is always a special privilege we should use every chance we get after finding out about the candidates. "Liberal" should never be a label we are embarrassed about.
Oh no, one sign isn't enough. One must have 30 signs in place to get their message across to us dumb voters.
Oh boy we are in for many months of campaign news and signs here in the U.S. Good choice for signs signs...
Wow that brings home the point Andy, great picture, great perspective, you're right people should vote...
I got it! Some guy named Holland is running for something.
The candidate has that structure all to himself.FRANKLY MY DEAR
The Liberals are extremely liberal with their signs!
Is this the campaign office? otherwise, it's not kosher to plaster signs over empty buildings, I don't think.
Yes. The entrance is out of sight on the other side.