Yellow is one of the most visible colours out there and if you want your sign to be seen it doesn’t hurt to do it up in yellow.
Even though they were unobtrusive, it was easy to follow these tiny footpath signs on the Dinas Head path in Wales. Turn, turn, turn! One of a hundred warnings about sharp turns ahead on Moki Dugway, a gravel road with lots of hairpin turns in Utah, USA. Is this what I think it is? (P-hus sign in Copenhagen, Denmark.) Entering the yellow Level 5 on the ferry from Goteborg, Sweden to Frederikshavn, Denmark.
Watch out for red-nosed reindeer! On the Sunshine Coast of BC, Canada. Beware of Rock! The overprotective authorities in Hong Kong have made sure that no one trips over any protruding rocks that jut out along the pathway that leads around Lamma Island. Watch out for the monkeys! Monkey crossing sign at the zoo in KL in Malaysia.A poster on a Belfast wall showing the iconic yellow H & W crane. The iconic yellow H & W crane on Belfast’s Maritime Trail, Ireland. A sign asking people to respect the property, keep it clean and don’t enter with animals on the yellow wall of a church in Cholula, Mexico. I am ready to be lead astray by this Vinoteca Sign in Laguardia, Spain.
Rotterdam’s Water Taxi sign (Holland). You now know what to do when driving in India. Warning of unstable ground on the Cliffs of Moher in Ireland. Which way to the hot springs? From our bicycle trip around Inle Lake in Myanmar. Luckily the bike rental place provided us with a sheet of paper with the signage translated! A directional sign in Laos, to a ‘Rataurant with Water Cold’. More of Friendly Friday Photo Challenge: Yellow.