Noe Street, in the Castro district of San Francisco.
This image wants to tell a story. I have not quite figured out what it is.
Intriguing. Gotta wonder whose shoes and how and why.
Very intriguing shot!
I understand wanting to park your “high heels” and go barefoot.
I want that sign for my street! Great capture!!
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I guess when it’s 90 degrees, you gotta take off your shoes.
Did the drivers comply? (Also, are those shoes backwards, or am I imagining it?)
Now that’s a great photo…obviously the wearer of the shoes was not sure where 90 degrees was.
That’s funny. Somebody got tired of walking!
I wonder if someone is missing those shoes.
I guess if you have a cool day below 90 degrees, nobuddy is allowed to park…
I love the shoes at the base of the sign, too funny!
That must be an invisible lady standing there maybe she melted with 90° (C or F )?
That’s funny and intriguing. Happy WW.
I wonder why she left her shoes there.
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Love it! We need that sign her in our little town!! And the shoes. . . . .????? Yes, those shoes. . . what ARE they doing there??!!
Someone was being a smart ass…LOL!
The shoes really add to the composition. Clever shot!
I really like the pic. I think the shoes are backwards too.
The owner of those shoes couldn’t have thought that the parking sign meant parking shoes, could she???
It would be interesting to see othe similarly intriguing pics.
I guess they decided to park their shoes and take the car! LOL
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I love it – even the shoes are at 90 degrees, albeit backwards. (She really must have been in a hurry to get them off.)
There are several ways to take that sign. . . but I’m worried about the woman who must have cold feet.
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