11 January 2012

Welcome sign


You've probably gathered by now that I enjoyed my visit to Roatan. Both the people and the signs were very welcoming. Photo taken in December 2011. If you like signs, check out Signs, Signs.

18 comments:

  1. The weather looks cool!I like those stones, this picture is beautiful, congrats!
    Léia

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  2. I want to stay right here! What a gorgeous sight!

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  3. It's a lovely place, and weather is so great:)

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  4. I'd like to be enjoying some time down there; looks very pleasant! :-)

    My sign entry is on my Drive-By Photos blog this time.

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  5. looks like a wonderful resort.
    nice view.

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  6. looks very welcoming indeed.

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  7. Wow! I had to go back through your posts...
    I hadn't heard of Roatan before but I like the idea that it isn't full of tourists.
    So, one new year spent in Switzerland and another in Honduras - you know how to spend the holidays!

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  8. All the tourist locations know how to roll out the welcome mat.

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  9. Love the perspective of this photo showing us the welcome sign and the setting of the welcome, enhancing the sign! Beautiful place!

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  10. Great photo, love the angle.

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  11. I kind of thought you enjoyed it there ;>)... and I don't blame you -- have really enjoyed the virtual visit.

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  12. Island time sounds good right about now! And the water...

    In response to your comment about my black and whites, I really adjust the levels quite a bit to get the contrast I like. Depending on the photo, I'll select parts of it, then adjust just that part. Photoshop Elements is great. There is a lot to it and it takes a while to get comfortable with it. I don't know how to do everything on there. My background is the old fashioned darkroom, so getting used to photography on the computer has been a learning curve!

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  13. Cool sign! The wind must be strong as it's whipping those flags around!

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  14. What a precious and quaint place to visit. I think it mud be beautiful there. Love your capture of the scene. Genie

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  15. The tall flags waving sure is a sign of a great welcome!

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