Monday, January 4, 2010

No Hunting/ Ruby Tuesday


 Of course the sign doesn't mean me and my camera, right?




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31 comments:

see you there! said...

The sign looks a bit worn and neglected. I'm certain it wasn't meant for you and your camers.

Darla

Small City Scenes said...

I guess you were hunting for a red sign and then you were shooting---but---we won't tell.
Neat shot. MB

Leif Hagen said...

The sign doesn't say "No photographing or blogging" so I'd say you're safe! Go for it!

Judy said...

And you haven't gone past the fence, so you are still on government land, so I don't think it applies to you at all!

Jacob said...

No, it doesn't mean you...unless, of course, thou are trespassing...in Florida, you do want to obey such signs as you might just run into a redneck with a big shotgun!

Lovely winter shot, EG!

Craver Vii said...

Did you throw a snowball at that sign?

Paulie said...

I am sure the sign means hunters with guns, not cameras! it definitely stands out to be noticed!

ilanadavita said...

Nice sign against the snow.

Annie said...

Craver expressed exactly the same thought I was thinking. LOL

Felisol said...

Who would hunt for other things than photos without permission?
In Norway they pay high prices to go hunting, no catch guaranteed.
Your shot was a tenner, with or without a snowball.
From Felisol

Leora said...

I think someone threw a snowball at that sign in aggression. Then they stomped all over the place.

♥Willa♥ said...

Well, it didn't say,"No Picture Taking" :D
Nice take on RT!
RubyTuesday

Ralph said...

You are most welcome to take such a picture. I would guess that your kind of shot is not at all like hunting for game - rubies are quite enough!

DrillerAA09 said...

As long as you can read the sign, you're on the correct side of the line. Great photo.

storyteller said...

Of course not! Of course if there are hunters who would ignore such postings, I hope you're WEARING red (or orange) when you go on these shoots ;-)
Hugs and blessings,

ellen b. said...

You have a great "ruby eye" to spot this!! Happy New Year!

Michelle said...

Heck no! :)

George said...

What a great Ruby Tuesday find. I don't see any way that sign could apply to you and your family.

Rose said...

Of course it doesn't me you--or me either for that matter! (Even though I understand--don't you get tired of seeing those signs???)

Becky and Gary said...

Of course not. Cameras are welcome almost everywhere...Great choice for RT.
B.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Beautiful Ruby Tuesday picture, EG.... I'm sure they wouldn't mind you being there.. Don't think I'd want to hunt in that area anyhow!!!! ha

Hugs,
Betsy

Carletta said...

Loved MB's comment!

Since my family and I had a gun drawn on us for looking at a one room schoolhouse my husband had gone to I don't take the chance anymore that it doesn't mean me. ;)

Happy New Year!

Dimple said...

Around here we sometimes see such signs that have been used for target practice. I doubt that you were trespassing, and publishing the sign just could help, so I suspect you're in the clear!

luna miranda said...

i hope there was nobody around with a shotgun.:p

moorebloglife said...

That sign said nothing about a little lens sneaking over the line a bit, great ruby... happy 2010.

Chriss said...

You always find the best photo subjects :-) Have a wonderful day and a Happy New Year to you.

Jama said...

As long as there's no 'photography' you're safe! lol

Robin said...

One more good snowstorm and I'm thinking that sign is going to fall over.

Stephanie V said...

Nice find. The photo looks so clear and cold with just the right spark of red.

Dianne said...

camera shots are the only good shots

I love seeing no hunting signs

Patti said...

No, of course not!
You can hunt for ruby red anywhere. ;~)

We all can, right?

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