Tuesday, February 13, 2018

Stop Sign Photographs

I can't be the only person who drives around with a camera on the passenger seat.


Red.


 A Punta Gorda bank.


Who tells each bird how far to perch from the next bird?



Yeah.  We get it.  You are important.  But, a little humility wouldn't hurt.


Red, yellow and green.


Tuscan architecture is pretty popular in Southwest Florida.


And, The Fishing Center.

9 comments:

John "By Stargoose And Hanglands" said...

I wouldn't have thought of you as someone who would commit drive-by shootings.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Was that your destination Jack, the fishing store.. somehow I don't see you as a fisherman 😀 Yes my camera is always nearby also, you just never know what you might see on your travels!

Lois said...

You are definitely not the only one Jack. Wonderful series of photos. That Tuscan style is big in central Florida too. My daughter's condo looks like that. It hasn't caught on up here though.

Sharon Anck said...

I can assure you that you not the only one. A great collection of shots. In the summer months here in Arizona, shooting from the car window is a life saver.

Bob Crowe said...

I like all of these. I often keep a camera there, too, but you need a location without too much traffic and plenty of places to slow down or pull over. Harder in a city, especially one with dull northern colors.

Passing through your adopted state tomorrow and looking forward to higher temperatures.

William Kendall said...

Six letters on a license plate speak volumes about a guy's character. Or lack thereof.

What a flock of birds!

Taken For Granted said...

My uncle use to run a company called Boss Glove Co. This would have been a perfect license plate for him, unfortunately both he and the company no longer are with us. And, yes, I do drive around with a camera.

RedPat said...

I do have a camera with me but very rarely take a pic at red lights!

jennyfreckles said...

I often have my camera but I'm always too focussed on our busy traffic to get distracted. 'Drive-by shootings'... John always has a good turn of phrase.