Photos from Florida's Capital City (and occasionally a few from other interesting places I have been fortunate enough to visit in my travels!)
Not sure Lois, is it the palm trees?
Excelente fotografia.Um abraço e boa semana.
Maybe the Spanish language?
You are right Marianne! This picture was taken in Orlando, where there is a large Hispanic population. Most signs in Tallahassee do not provide Spanish translation.
Yes, I noticed the spanish writing also. Enjoy your day and the week ahead!
ohhh i was wondering!
The Spanish would point one to somewhere south of Tallahassee - Orlando, perhaps; Miami, certainly!
I wouldn't have guessed the answer. I guess I'm just so used to seeing a Spanish translation on everything.
The Spanish translation caught my eye too.
I'm so accustomed to bilingual signs that I didn't even notice! Although ours are English/French.
Eeek... (and I dunno!)
I seen signs like that when I lived in southern Oregon. Here in Killybegs, you have Gaelic and English. It's funny because hardly anyone here speaks Gaelic.
I'd be in bad shape if it was in Gaelic. :-)
you got to use what you got.
I really like it when they use recycled water for gardening.My SIGNS, SIGNS
Thanks for the warning about the water.
Good sign to heed!!
I probably wouldn't have thought of drinking that water, but it does make sense to use recycled water for irrigation.
No Spanish moss?
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