This is my contribution to the Weekly Prompts Photo Challenge: Bottles.
I vaguely remembered seeing a Coca-Cola bottle on a garden shed on one of my walks testing various lenses adapted to a mirrorless camera in the summer. So I decided to go for a walk to check the shed out.
Imagine my surprise when I found a variety of bottles on the shed.
This is my contribution to Cee’s Black and White Photo Challenge: Signs.
It’s 12 months since I photographed these EMPTY signs and I still find it amusing that some of my neighbours are letting our Black Bears know that there’s no garbage in the cans.
These are Bear resistant garbage cans bolted to a cement pad to stop the Bears rolling them over. And yes, I know that the signs aren’t really for the Bears. They wouldn’t be able to read the signs in the dark at night.
The new Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge is Signs.
I had a few ideas for the challenge before thinking of some photos of a Great Blue Heron fishing behind a no fishing sign.
In some shots I focused on the bird, others I focused on the sign. For this challenge I picked a shot where the sign was in focus and the Heron appears to be laughing at the sign.
This week’s Cee’s Black and White Photo Challenge is Murals.
I was amused by the parking signs and the thought that anyone would be parking on top of a metre (39 inch) high snow bank which is partially burying the mural.
The mural is on the side of the Sparkles Laundromat, Southampton, Ontario and celebrates the 150th anniversary of the town.
Taken on a evening walk during week 32. These are Bear resistant garbage cans that are bolted to concrete slabs. The red pole is a marker to show snow plough operators where they are although the one on the right looks as if it’s had a tap from a plough.
The EMPTY signs on two of the cans amused me. I wondered if they were for the Bears so they wouldn’t bother trying to break into the empty ones. I know the reason for the signs but the thought of them being for the Bears still amuses me.
Today’s Daily Post one word prompt is Warning.
It’s no use putting up “No Fishing” signs if the Great Blue Heron chooses to ignore it.