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Photo of the Day (6.12.2010)


I look at this photo and I think, "ruh-roh." Besides the fact that the plane is facing the same direction a similar plane was faced in a recent nightmare of mine (I mean come, sign people. What the H happened with this one?), I also really like that the plane and the arrow are facing different directions. It gives the impression of a person with their arms crossed, pointing in opposite ways in an Alice-in-Wonderland sort of way.

Have any photos that bring to mind traveling nightmares? Maybe don't post them to Gadling's Flickr pool. Okay, okay, just kidding... post any and all of your travel photos -- we might select one for our Photo of the Day feature!

Filed under: Europe, Lithuania, Photo of the Day, Transportation

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