Signs in the Neighbourhood

It was hazy yesterday.

I took a stroll around the neighborhood..

.. Looking for ideas for the Weekly Photo Challenge.

Despite the poor air quality, it was a fruitful walk.

The playground next to  Block 18A. Can you see the Block number?

The playground next to Block 18A.
Can you see the Block number?

At the end of this wallkway, hides a multi-storey carpark.. Can you see the yellow "Out" sign?

At the end of this walkway, hides a multi-storey car-park..
Can you see the yellow “Out” sign?

Are you lost?  Fret not, this sign post will help you find your way.

Are you lost?
Fret not, this sign post will help you find your way.

As I walk further away from my block, I reached Holland Drive..

Blueberry and I would walk here, when we need to take the bus or taxi.

Signs in a row along Holland Drive

Signs in a row along Holland Drive

I crossed the road to the other side.

There used to be a swimming pool, but it was torn down to make way for new condominiums.

(Do we need more condominiums? Sigh.. )

signs6No swimming pool in sight.. Just a barrier to be seen.

Several signs hung on the barrier.

It was the typical signboard used at construction sites.

English, Mandarin, Tamil, Malay

English, Mandarin, Tamil, Malay

Singapore is a multiracial country.. The sign was written in different languages so that everyone can be informed. 🙂

Till later my friends.. have a good week ahead.

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