Pictures! Pictures! Pictures! pt. 4

In the fourth edition of this post, I’m only posting things that stood out but weren’t important enough to include on their own.

London City Airport at its finest
London City Airport at its finest
(Switzerland) Swiss advertising
(Switzerland) Swiss advertising
(Switzerland) Cool contraption...
(Switzerland) Cool contraption…
(Switzerland) The Alps have everything you'd ever need.
(Switzerland) The Alps have everything you’d ever need.
(Switzerland) It's a Swiss stop sign.
(Switzerland) It’s a Swiss stop sign.
(Switzerland) Reminded me of It's a Small World at Disneyland.
(Switzerland) Reminded me of It’s a Small World at Disneyland.
(Switzerland) The architect and designer of the Jungfrau Railway immortalized in an ugly sculpture.
(Switzerland) The architect and designer of the Jungfrau Railway immortalized in an interesting sculpture.
(Switzerland) Nothing like a chunk of ice dangling over your friends' heads. I just stood aside and took a picture rather than doing anything.
(Switzerland) Nothing like a chunk of ice dangling over your friends’ heads. I just stood aside and took a picture rather than doing anything.
(Switzerland) So colorful...
(Switzerland) So colorful…
(Switzerland) Again, not trademark infringement.
(Switzerland) Again, not trademark infringement.
(Switzerland) That's less than 2 years tuition.
(Switzerland) That’s less than 2 years tuition. I’ll take three.
(Switzerland) I guess California is pretty much a country.
(Switzerland) I guess California is pretty much a country.
(Switzerland) "More than a watch" is a violation of the reflexive property
(Switzerland) “More than a watch” is a violation of the reflexive property
A nice dichotomy to two signs that indicate the exact opposite things right next to each other. Or perhaps more alarmingly, there exists a "No Exit" sign at the bottom of an underground station.
A nice dichotomy of two signs that indicate the exact opposite things right next to each other. Or perhaps more alarmingly, there exists a permanent “No Exit” sign at the bottom of an underground station.
The McFlurry flavors are so different here and so good
The McFlurry flavors are so different here and so good
McDonalds has a sense of humor
McDonalds has a sense of humor
For everyone who wants to go to Wembley and see the game of rugby played whilest sipping wine
For everyone who wants to go to Wembley and see the game of rugby played whilest sipping a glass of Rose Wine
Julie Kaplan (JK) shows up and suddenly J's and K's are mixed up
Julie Kaplan (JK) shows up and suddenly J’s and K’s are mixed up
Really dizzying on the elevators of the Tube.
Really dizzying on the elevators of the Tube.
(Italy) As you can see by the wetness of the floor, this was really effective
(Italy) As you can see by the wetness of the floor, this was really effective
(Italy) Subtle...
(Italy) Subtle…
(Italy) Seen in the bus lane
(Italy) Seen in the bus lane
(Italy) Good one...
(Italy) Good one…
(Italy) That sign on the left
(Italy) That sign on the left
(Italy) When I read another language, blah blah blah Galileo blah blah blah
(Italy) When I read another language, blah blah blah Galileo blah blah blah
(Italy) All I could think of was that book from Shrek
(Italy) All I could think of was that book from Shrek
(Italy) Prin-Gold
(Italy) Prin-Gold
(Italy) Seen in Pisa...
(Italy) Seen in Pisa…
(Italy) I guess if regular people can have their likeness immortalized in giant heads, then the Blue Man Group can too
(Italy) I guess if regular people can have their likeness immortalized in giant heads, then the Blue Man Group can too
(Italy) Art
(Italy) Art
(Italy) I guess having a circle as the shape of choice for a stop light was arbitrary to begin with
(Italy) I guess having a circle as the shape of choice for a stop light was arbitrary to begin with
(Italy) Everything costs money here - even the bathroom
(Italy) Everything costs money here – even the bathroom
(Italy) Malibu, Italy
(Italy) Malibu, Italy
(Italy) I know they use the adjectives after the nouns but sometimes that reverses the meaning. "Wifi-free zone"
(Italy) I know they use the adjectives after the nouns but sometimes that reverses the meaning. “Wifi-free zone”
(Italy) Everything in Italy is leaning
(Italy) Everything in Italy is leaning
(Italy) I wish we had a fire escape as nice as a Venetian canal
(Italy) I wish we had a fire escape as nice as a Venetian canal
(Italy) That's a boatload of books
(Italy) That’s a boatload of books
(Italy) I wonder who this is catering to
(Italy) I wonder who this is catering to
(Italy) You know you've reached a low point in a museum when you start displaying nuts and bolts
(Italy) You know you’ve reached a low point in a museum when you start displaying nuts and bolts
(Italy) Sword also serves as a bottle opener
(Italy) Sword also serves as a bottle opener
(Italy) When you get your ice cream to go in a box
(Italy) When you get your ice cream to go in a box
(Italy) Really creepy
(Italy) Really creepy 
(Slovenia) Genius. Counting down the stop light in the same way you see it for pedestrians
(Slovenia) Genius. Counting down the stop light in the same way you see it for pedestrians
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