A collection of directional signs from around the world.
One of a thousand footpath signs in Wales.
This way to ‘La Luna’, that way to ‘Playa Pelada’, this way to ‘Almost Paradise’. (Costa Rica).
Directional signs in Inisheer, one of the Aran Islands in Ireland.
Home-made road sign near Dinant, Belgium.
(The cat that posed for the sign??? He was in close proximity!)
Route signs in Covadonga, Spain.
Condor Park signage; this is kilometre 10 in the Quebrada del Condorito (Canyon of Condors), where Argentinean condors have a ‘flight school’ and teach the baby condors how to fly.
At the Newfoundland WW1 Memorial in France, arrows point out the landmarks at the battlefield including ‘Beaumont-Hamel, 3/4 mile’ (the town after which this battle was named) and the ‘Danger Tree’, half-way down ‘No Man’s Land’. The majority of soldiers who tried to make it as far as this tree were shot by the enemy forces.
Directional signage at Canyonlands National Park, USA.
Sign on our 25 km bike trip around a portion of Inle Lake – which way to the spa?
More of Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Signs.