A snowbird shows photos from southwest Florida and southern New England and other places he goes.
We're having more and more of them.
A way too common sight.
This is a common sight in New Mexico and México, and if it expresses heartfelt grief of the families, I applaud them for their expression of remembrance and grief.
I have seen quite a few of these and agree they seem more personal than gravestones. Thanks for posting the February 1st CDP theme.
These always dismay me a lot! And driving by I always become suddenly become much more aware of my surroundings. You, in the sand on a golf course? I can't believe that!
I'm torn about these memorials. Some are a bit much... and for how long?
I think they cause people to drive more cautiously at a spot than a yellow caution sign.
I agree with the others, a sad sight indeed, but somehow comforting to those who are grieving their loss.
It is a too often sight here too. Is this a shot from your South African trip Jack?
I have to agree with Birdman. It's sad to see these, but at what point is it too long?
They certainly do! I see quite a lot of them here in the southwest.
I understand the reason, but can't help liking them...
they are so sad...it really makes me wonder about the person or people killed and their families :(
I agree with you.Very moving..
It's always a sobering sight, Jack!
I've just returned from a long road trip and saw a lot of these roadside memorials. Definitely a sobering reminder to drive safe.
Always sad to see them and I wonder when this all started; don't remember seeing them when I was younger - or am I just more aware of mortality these days?
I see these along our highways, always sad to see.
We have them everywhere.
I totally agree with you, Jack!
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