I love how this sign is seemingly whispering a 'thank you'.
Look closely and you can see me in the reflection of the train.
What is the story of this street sign? Some letters decided that they had enough of the others, moved on and left the T, Y & A behind?
I snapped this sign outside the Yardbird, I was just not sure who was going to be on that night...
Argos extra has moved, but the past remains in form of a shadow...
The whole building in Digbeth seems to have undergone renovation work, apart from the sign above the door, I wonder why?
One more picture of a signage in Berlin, the sign loosely translates as 'No flyposting', however I am not sure how many people will actually respect this 'whispered' order...
This picture describes very well, how dyslexia can impact on the spelling of words. Usually I know most letters of a word, however certain letters I just cannot work out. I will then ask myself: "Is the second letter a "u" or an "o", is the word spelled with one or two "m's'?"
Large telephone number and a posh gate, however I am not sure what you can buy here apart from car spares....
Here are the images that were recently included in the first edition of Provide Magazine. The magazine has the theme of Digbeth and as many of my pictures were actually taken there they seemed to fit well. Many thanks to Matt for including them in the mag.