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I had to enlarge the yellow sign.

Nikon D70s
1/800s f/4.5 at 18.0mm full exif

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Char23-Apr-2007 01:32
Hi Larry,
This is definitely a rare and fantastic find!
Bill Ewart Jr21-Nov-2006 22:14
Oh this is so good! Reminds me of a sign I saw once....a street called Graves Avenue, and under that it mentioned it was also a Dead End!!!!!
dan dunn21-Nov-2006 22:07
it's not a stop sine is it?
1moremile13-Nov-2006 00:29
That's okay, Kev. You probably forgot that the creamery is down this street.
Guest 12-Nov-2006 16:32
I can read the sign...then again, I know that cemetery intimately. It's Croswell Cemetery in Croswell, MI. My parents, grandparents, 2 sets of great-grandparents, and great-great granparents are buried there. I have two plats there as well...actually not far from where you took the pic!

As far as true signs are concerned, I've been told I go off on a tangent constantly....;)

Dave Beedon18-Jun-2006 04:30
Just move it closer to the photographer's position.
1moremile01-May-2006 01:04
I can't even read that distant sign myself. Maybe I should enlarge it.
1moremile01-May-2006 01:03
And co-tangents and waves.
Dave Beedon30-Apr-2006 23:42
Good work! Just one question: are true signs an element of trigonometry? I know about sines and cosines. Maybe they are related to tangents.
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