October 10, 2010

Sunday Stills: Billboards

I'm getting my Sunday Still's post up late today. We've been home since Friday night and are just now leaving the house.

I pass many many many billboards during a day at work, and believe me...they, along with power lines, are my arch enemy. They seem to work against me in my every attempt to grab a photograph of something I want to share with others.

I was trying to think of a billboard that would be interesting to share along the routes we were traveling last week. And then on our way back to Montana from Fargo, I remembered a certain location near Dickinson that has some interesting signs.

Maybe you won't consider it a billboard, but I think it could be a member of the category, by a stretch. It is advertising something after all.
And since I showed you the billboard, I'll go ahead and show you what its advertising, on down the road. You might say this is one of western North Dakota's tourist attractions. Its marks the exit for the highway that is known as the "Enchanted Highway."
I've never actually been down the road, but from what I can gather, there are a lot of metal sculptures along the road...I'm guessing.

So...that's that! We're just pulling out of Billings and have to be in Spokane by 8:00 tomorrow morning. (its currently 8:00pm) Plenty of time really, but we've been up since 7:00 this morning and so I can already feel my energy fizzling. But the extra hours at home were worth it, I think.


Devin Greaney said...

love it!! Im in Tennessee, too! Memphis. Where are you from?

Wishing for my turn said...

I love Sunday Stills...thx for sharing...very interesting! Be safe

Judy said...

I know those "signs"!! I was going to the some of the Enchanted Highway sculptures for the Sunday Stills topic a few weeks back! My favorite one out of the whole series is the one of the geese, right there along the interstate.
See, you drove right by here again yesterday, and must not have honked!!

Missy @ My Life Ain't Always Beautiful said...

Neat picture! There is some neat stuff like that along I 90 in South Dakota too.

Tiffany said...

That is SO cool...you'd think I'd remember seeing this...at some point during our visitind family up there...