Weekly Photo Challenge – Names!

This week’s photo challenge tells us to share a photo that includes a name. “When you stop and look around, you realize that we’re surrounded by names: street signs, name tags, vanity license plates, boat names, brand names, the spines of the books on your shelf… there are possibilities everywhere.” 

What’s in a name? That which we call a rose
By any other name would smell as sweet. ― William Shakespeare, Romeo and Juliet

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Names are very important for humans, aren’t they? How do I translate for you the name of this town as it seems to me, the true name that tells of its history and people and lands and weather and . . . everything. ― Karen Lord, Redemption in Indigo

And here is my entry for this week: Click for a bigger picture.

 

Submitted for the Weekly Photo Challenge – Names.

Peace and Love!

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10 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge – Names!

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    • It’s interesting how they litter everywhere as if they are in a sort of competition, haha. Thanks always Tina for your kind words. As usual you gave an amazing account of the challenge with your great take on it. Indeed, a lot goes into a name? Have a wonderful day. Xx

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  2. Nice shots. Signs, indeed, are every where. Some times is overwhelming. It’s nice to wander in the woods, where the only signs are the ones left by animals.

    Glad you liked my recent post “Specific.”

    Lord Bless, Keep, Shine. . . Wil

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    • What would the world be without names and signs? I guess everyone would be clueless about everything… But wouldn’t one get lost in the woods and forest if there were no signs? Well, you did well with your take on the daily prompt and I enjoyed the read. Thanks for being so kind to visit. Much appreciated. Have an awesome Sunday and God bless. 🙂

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      • Ah, yes, in the woods with no signs. . . getting lost can be a problem.

        Of course, you are correct about being clueless without signs. As I was until I figured out the local sign system. While serving in Nigeria with the Peace Corps, I often went by a bicycle repair shop. It was located beneath a couple large trees, set back from the road. Next to the road was a bicycle wheel held upright by two rocks. That was the “sign.”

        Thanks for your kind words on my Daily Post.

        Hope your Sunday was a blessing.

        Lord Bless, Keep, Shine. . .

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