Daily Photos from Florida's Capital City
Driving around airports can be confusing, trying to find the rental car return, or the long or short term parking, or the correct terminal, or the arrival or departure areas, with possible time deadlines, inadequate signage, and construction detours. It is nice that you can drive at your airport and be focused on the blue skies.
But I can't tell if you were coming or going? :-)A nice, serendipitous photo - great colors.
A nice combination of color with that pretty blue sky. Lovely shot!
Adorable "welcome sign there"!And stunning blue sky!Léia
Indeed you can see me on my picture, I was wondering if somebody would see.... ;)
You weren't there at Thanksgiving, were you? I don't think I've seen that color used before on road signs.
A perfect sky shot for today. Even showed a plane's vapor trail.
Ah, those lovely BLUE Florida skies! The red signs are like an exclamation point! Hope you've had a good week and wishing you a wonderful weekend, Lois!Sylvia
I like the color of these signs!
What capture my attention is the color of road signs. It's beautiful!Sky Watch
Well at least you have a blue sky. I will never again go to the airport in Seattle---scary!!!I will pick people up at an airporter stop though. MB
Beautiful north Florida skies above the sign, Lois. Even though its a bit chilly here in the south the skies are sunny and bright also.Enjoy your weekend.Hugs, Pam
this is beautiful!
I think I see a couple of contrails. I like the color of the signs; they really 'pop' against the blue sky.Have a lovely weekend.☼ Sunny
A strange color against the sky, they surely attract attention!
Hi Lois...interesting to hear that your grandmother lived in Dania. From what I understand Dania was the site of numerous pineapple plantations in the early part of the 20th century...I can imagine she could tell some fascinating tales from her time as a young girl there...Today, as you probably know, it has devolved into a typical South Florida region! :-)
I think its neat how the signs are one of the 'Nole colors. Fun capture!My Skywatch Entry
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