Staying in Focus: The Daily Post Photo Challenge: Signs

The Daily Post: 

Signs

This week, publish an image of a sign — from the signs you encounter on the street to more personal, less obvious signs that hold meaning for you.

We took some pictures of signs during our visit to Great Britain last year, because they were so properly British. I love the more colorful words the Brits use to describe things than the ones we use.

Rather than merge,which sounds rather chaotic, this sign in Guernsey instructs drivers to  "filter", a much more civilized-sounding process.

Rather than merge, which sounds rather chaotic, this sign in Guernsey instructs drivers to “filter”, a much more civilized-sounding process.

To save the lives of tourists, this sign reminds us to look right, rather than our inclination to look left.

To save the lives of tourists, this sign reminds us to look right, rather than our inclination to look left.when crossing a street.

This is my favorite. A zebra crossing is like the one in the second picture. A humped zebra crossing is one with what we would call a speed bump.

This is my favorite. A zebra crossing is like the one in the second picture. A humped zebra crossing is one with what we would call a speed bump.

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