Here is my entry for Weekly Photo Challenge: Signs
I came across this mother daughter duo during my visit to an old monument of our city and there she was…..
Busy in getting her daughter ready for a click while her husband got impatient with camera……
The tourists saw and smiled at her who ignored the warning written on that board, moved to next statue….
IÂ could not resist myself capturing this sight, I guess it is a fun entry for this week’s challenge.
Enjoy my first entry Signs Of Blessings in response to WPC: SIGNS Â
The boundaries we cross for our children 🙂
Hey, you said it ! Ignorance is not always bliss.
True that! 🙂
Wow! So much is said here, without being said.
Thanks Erica for stopping by and your words are much appreciated.
Nice photo, but seems the “sign” is not doing a good job of keeping people off!
there should be someone guarding such monuments…people don’t understand there importance and are less likely to follow or even read these boards… 🙂
Yes I agree, moreover the sense of responsibility should come from with in.Thanks for stopping by.
I know and she kept on dressing up her daughter for pretty 10 minutes till her husband told her to hurry up. Too engrossed in photo shoot. 🙂
Yup, rightly said, that’s where the problem lies. Thanks for the visit.
I agree with the concept but I hope u can use such pics without consent. We have a major problem with that these days.
Intention was to bring the negligence of a lady in notice who was not ready to listen to the advice of her husband who was feeling embarrassed.Just wanted to drive home a point. Faces have been blurred to protect the privacy.
and point conveyed !! haha ! good one…though the ‘signs’ aren’t doing what they are meant to ..I guess they should be placed at a better loaction ,somewhere high up and in bolder letters…though offcourse , those have to disobey the rules do so anyway !
I definitely think ignorance is around us, all the time. How dangerous for the baby! I also feel that if you take the photo and don’t show the face, this is perfectly all right. It is allowed, no one should mind this, Rashmi! You have such a great blog here, sorry not more readers! Hugs, robin
Thanks for supporting the cause and understanding the message I wanted to convey. Your comments are more than thousand readers to me.:)
funny but also sad…there is a reason why that sign is placed there, wish people were more observant to rules…nice capture though 🙂
That’s why I called it ignorance. It’s high time people should start respecting the national heritage. Thanks for stopping by. I will be in touch now.