These signs, pictures really, are meant to clearly instruct the ferry passengers.
But I’ve always challenged them.
for instance, this one. Why not just ….. Weeeeeeeeeeee!?
And this …
if I couldn’t read English I might think it means ‘Think only inside the box of your life and you are destined to just go up or go down.
you need to play with a full deck of cards, preferably 2, figuratively speaking of course.
and This car isn’t even Moving! If I was the sign maker I would draw a car in motion Almost about to run someone over because isn’t That what it’s Trying to say?
I have posted this one before but I alway am reminded by this simple sign, to Keep a Clear head, Keep relationships Clear of clutter, from both the past or future and to Keep a Clear heart. And I like that it’s a message to take in either way I am walking.
I never pay attention to this one, because I drive a standard. I would write: use your EMERGENCY Break! That would do the job and add a little drama to this dull sign. And this one here is just a cool colour and shape. And isn’t it saying Keep a Clear head as in, don’t panic?
and I know where I am running if the ferry ever starts to sink…. Down here! Right?!
So let’s cool off with a few Ferry Photos
….. And here’s the Last Word ~
I’ve been traveling back and forth on the BC Ferries for over 30 years now and I have loved and appreciated every single ride. I never tire of the peace and joy of traveling across the water, through the passes and ever changing shore lines. I can tell there a lot of riders that feel ho-hum about this mode of transportation but there are always the ones you can see that are really in enjoyment of this transition. I read, sketch and/or knit but I also treasure the time people watch or people listen or to just sit a look out.
I have been photographing on these ferry rides over the years. The journey on the ferry seems to be constantly full of amazing images but of course the ones I just missed are the images I will probably remember the most … lost jewels.