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Friday, March 06, 2009

Photo Hunt ~ Space

The photo hunt for this week is 'space'
Mind the Gap~ which translates in Southernese to~
'y'all don't trip in the space'.
opps~ wrong date. I'm early (for once)
Y'all enjoy!
Sandi

22 comments:

Chef E said...

Every time I come here I get hungry for those darn fried green tomatoes...

cute post...

Annie said...

Great take on the theme and a cool photo!

Photo Cache said...

There are quite a few of us who post early :)

Nice take on the theme.

JyLnC said...

I learned another southern term this week. I've never heard it before.

jdeq said...

This is a great choice for this week's theme!

Are you going to get some London time when you're in Europe this spring?

Sandi @the WhistleStop Cafe said...

Jerry~ I wish! London will have to be another trip.

Cindy Ruth said...

That's an interesting photo. I've never seen that written before.

Aileni said...

Don't look up - look down!

Carver said...

Fun post and great take on the theme.

eden said...

That sure is a good fit for the theme.

june said...

Good one!

Angela (Gran) said...

Great photo and presentation of our space theme this week!
Happy Hunting!

candi said...

Cute take.

marta said...

I love that saying. We usually walk around mocking the woman saying it. And nice take on 'space'.

girasoli said...

Interesting. Good thing I read your blog to learn some of the southern lingo in case I ever visit that area of the US and come upon a Mind the Gap sign. Would not have understood it without your post...although once you explained it, it makes perfect sense. Great take on the theme!

RJ Flamingo said...

I love this! Knowing me, I'd trip into the gap while reading the sign.:-)

BTW - I usually post early so I can visit the Aussies and other Pacific area folks and the Europeans. It's tomorrow sooner than you think!

Thanks for visiting!

jams o donnell said...

Nice one! Did you take that on the London Underground?

Mudhooks said...

My sister was quite upset with me the last time I was in the UK that I didn't come home with a mug from the Transport Museum that read "Mind the Gap". At that time she was ALWAYS shopping at the Gap for my niecie-pie's clothes. It never even occurred to me at the time. I kick myself for not getting one for both of us.

Leslie said...

Hey - that's a good one for this week!

Hope your weekend's going well. :)

YTSL said...

What an antique looking "mind the gap" sign. Was this on the Northern Line in London, by any chance??

barb cabot said...

Love your choice and can hear the voice in my head, "Mind the Gap" but of course I'm trying to say it with the English accent.

Ordinary Biscuit said...

Wow I learn a new term. Nice take

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