That's a new phrase for me! This part of Savannah is great in sepia, Dot!
New to me too. Very cool phrase. It sure fits.
No I never knew that, but I have learned that bloghopping is some sort of an education.
Nope, I didn't know that. It's good to learn!
I love those old buildings. We have several in our downtown and now I might have to pay a visit to take some pictures. Great shot in sepia.
Never heard that one either. So you weren't the last person on earth to find out.Great shot!
Wow! Classic southern photo!! I miss this , the only thing I don't miss is the Chiggers. New phrase to me also.
I didn't know that's what they called them but I love to see the old signs still visible on the sides of buildings. Revee
Seems to me that no one here knew about this, either :). Great shot!
I did NOT know that! How did I miss that wall when I was in Savannah?! LOL! I love it! Great sepia!
I didn't know that.
I'm with you! I'd had no idea those were called ghost signs! This shot gives me a feel, I'm watching an old movie. Nice in sepia for sure :)
Hmmmmm---don't think I've heard of that, Dot...Ghost signs, huh????? Interesting...Great Sepia photo from Savannah.Hugs,Betsy
Niverheard of bayer PILLS -- jsut asprin. Itis a good old ad tho and I like those on buildings like that.
Great photo. I've never heard of "ghost signs" before. BTW... if you live in Georgia, and you are kind, then you are a "Georgia Angel"... :)
Hi Dot,No-I had not heard that before either.I like the picture-and also the other scenes of Savannah in the other post!It's a great place to visit!Junie
I've never heard of ghost signs, so know I know. Thanks for the education. It's perfect in sepia.
The old, classic buildings and old sign work really well in sepia. nice shot.
As long as you can read what's written, the signs is working as good advertising. It will become a ghost only when you can't read it anymore.PS: Divinity attracts me much more than boiled peanuts! :-)))
Nope, I didn't know it either. Whatever they're called, I like them :).
I didn't know that! I guess my town has ghosts other than in its homes and cemeteries! Perhaps we can have a downtown "ghost sign" tour. :)
That's a new one for me though it is very fitting.Love shots of old buildings.
The detail work on the brick shows up so well in sepia. Love this photo Dot!
I see from reading the comments I am the only one who knew this.Building walls here in NYC adorned with these adverts were years later blocked from sight by a taller building/wall ... recently after a building was torn down the original advert on the wall was exposed ...
Lovely shot; it's like travelling back in time.
Yeah that was a cool sign...I remember it.
I guess you do learn something new every day. It looks great in sepia.
I never knew that either, I love old painted signs on buildings, great sepia shot!
This is beautiful in sepia. I've seen this sign on my travels through Savannah two years ago.Lovely tones. I did know about the "ghost signs".
I didn't know that, but I did read something about it on a blog once & didn't exactly get what they were saying - but now I know! Thanks Dot! It makes sense now that I know what it means.
What a fine Sepia shot.
Oh, aspirin is one of my best friends. I would love to create a scene like this one, it's just perfect.
Hi!Great Sepia Photo!! No I didn't know that either. Thanks for stopping by my place. Have a great evening!Sherrie
wow I learned somethingAwesome shot
I didn't know that phrase. I love this picture. The individual bricks and details are so clear. It's very striking in sepia.
I learned the term not long ago. A great picture.
This makes a nice photo for sepia.
Dot: A very neat look into the past with the sign.
I didn't know that either but there are a lot of things I don't know, lucky me, lol
Just found your site, you have beautiful pictures of Georgia. I did not know about the ghost signs. I started my blog last week and know very little. I hope I can figure out how to get sepia pictures - yesterday I took some nice pictures at the Historical Oakland Cemetery in Atlanta - some of them would look good in sepia. I have a lot to learn!
We have a few around town here, but I didn't know that's what they were called.I kind of like them don't you..?
Never heard of ghost signs, although we do have quite a few of them here on old buildings in Connecticut.This photo was perfect for sepia!Thanks for visiting my blog.
Beautiful and no i have never heard that before.Wonder how they arrived at that?
LOVE your sepia scenes!
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