A snowbird shows photos from southwest Florida (Naples) and southwest Connecticut (Ridgefield) and New England and other places he goes.
Did they miss 欢迎 !
I didn't find the Italian at first, but then I saw it!
Looks like they need to learn Swedish. Välkommen.
Fun image Jack!
And that is where I'd be taking tons of Reflections photos! But it's nice that you like a challenge.
Obviously, a very welcoming place!
Very fun shot Jack and a great spot for reflections, do you visit the library often, if so can you remember the 'oddest' thing you've seen reflected here? Hmmmm! is there a Aussie welcome, I thought of 'g'day mate' but no that's just hello!
At first I didn't get it until I moved the post downward to see the entire photo. Looks like a streamlined library!
It would broaden out horizons even more if they used foreign alphabets, along with the English equivalents.
such a nice wall to greet visitors!
What a great capture/reflection for the day, Jack! I love the sign and, of course, I love libraries! This looks like one where I could spend a lot of happy hours! Have a great weekend! Stay warm and out of trouble!Sylvia
Very... welcoming! :o)
Very nice! At first glance I missed the reflection...
Nice! Love the poster and the reflections ain't bad, either.
That library is a treasure trove of reflections!
Nice reflections. And very welcoming too!
What? Kein deutsch? :-)
I would like to lay on the floor and look at the ceiling!
What a welcoming reflection.
Well how good is that Jack .... A years worth of reflection shots right there in your local library.
A prize to the person who can correctly identify the greatest number of languages on the sign. Besides English, I get maybe six or seven.
oh look, I see"bienvenue" :)Go ahead and stockpile Jack. One day after weeks of rain or something you'll be glad to have these reflections x 365.V
I'd hate to be responsible for a sign like that just in case some mischievous Mongolian sneaked in something very rude!
Very nice image, Jack... and a welcoming place. I'm missing my mother language :-)))
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