Triangle Friday #51

Happy Triangle Friday!

Yes, I know it’s Saturday (sorry!) but I’ve been a busy bee recently and again tweeted a ‘Tri Fri on the go’ last night. I haven’t driven for over a year now so it’s weird that recently I started picking up on these triangles around Lincoln but it’s my last week living here and I’m appreciating and noticing a lot more.

We see triangles every day on the roads around Britain. They are the signs that look out for us – the warning signs! We know to give way, about the crossroad and sharp bend that we’re approaching all thanks to triangles.

Triangles can also be found painted on the road’s surface, tellings us not to enter an area in order to stay safe and keep turnings clear…

…and to give way to oncoming traffic.

I also found this on the pavement ages ago when I was in London at St Brides Library in November last year:

I don’t know what it means but it made me smile.

So that was the penultimate Triangle Friday post – it feels so weird to say that! Now the pressure is on now to finish a year of Triangle inspired posts on a high – what should I choose to be the last post? Have you seen anything tri-tastic recently? If so, get in touch – I’d love to see it!

4 Comments

  1. adambirchall@outlook.com' 23/06/2013 / 11:20 am

    The last image is to notify of a gas main, 59cm below ground. (Last I knew anyway.) Might have changed since.))

      • adambirchall@outlook.com' 23/06/2013 / 11:36 am

        No worries. A series on gas line triangles would be cool.

      • Tisha_Tasha@hotmail.com' 23/06/2013 / 11:39 am

        It would but this is the only one I’ve ever seen. I will keep an eye out for more though!

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