Wednesday, February 02, 2011

Signs Signs - Port Perry

Andy | Wednesday, February 02, 2011 | Best Blogger Tips

Queen street Port Perry, Ontario is still one small town that has preserved it uniqueness from
the past. Each shop also has it's own distinctive sign. See more signs at Signs, Signs.

12 comments:

  1. And they are not just your ordinary signs either! Very colorful, unique shapes, and displayed on buildings which have either been maintained or restored... Either way, it makes for a pleasing fa├žade.

    Bisous,
    G

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  2. I LOVE Port Perry and I have a similar shot I will be posting in the future. :)) But I'll wait a while so that people can forget they have already seen it.

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  3. How quaint. I must head out to the east, some day.

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  4. I like these kinds of signs - it is much easier to find the shop you are looking for.

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  5. It's a very beautiful street. It looks like neon signs have been prohibited, and I love it when they do that. Those artistic signs are so nice!

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  6. I love the Native Focus sign. Its colorful, too!

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  7. were you really taking photo of the signs, or of the 2 women in the picture?:p
    these are lovely signs.:P

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  8. Fascinating designs in these signs! Very imaginative! Love them!

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  9. EG... I can hardly wait for your posting.

    Lesley... Make sure you bring your credit cards. There lots of shops to keep you busy.

    Luna... You are right. One is my wife and one is a lifetime friend. I'll let you guess which one is which. I also wanted to included the signs in the composition.

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  10. There appears an agreed mode for display of shop-signs in your town. Makes it easy for shoppers, I guess.

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  11. It makes me happy to see small towns that have preserved their unique heritage. I hope we get to bring the RV to your area one of these times.

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  12. Wow.....Port Perry, I haven't been there since I was a kid. We use to have a summer cottage around there. This was a blast from the past.

    erica-sweetonyou.blogspot.com

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