Wednesday, September 2, 2020

Chambers

The hairdressers finally opened here and when going for my first cut in months I ended up parked on a street I had never gone down before and saw this doorway. It is down the side of a building and slightly below grade and yet felt quite distinguished to me. It could have been the sign itself saying Law Chambers which reminded me of the many British law shows I have seen where the lawyers are based in chambers. 
Taking part in Signs 2. Click HERE to see more signs from around the world.

15 comments:

Sharon said...

The term "law chambers" does have a British ring to it. I bet you were so happy to get your hair cut. I'm finally going on Friday and although I'm a bit skeptical about the safety of it, I NEED the haircut badly.
P.S. I love British law shows.

eileeninmd said...

Hello,

I had my hair cut last month, really short. So now it can grow out again. It is a great sign and interesting entrance. Take care, enjoy your day!

Laura. M said...

Al letrero no llama la atención, pero tú salistes satisfecha de allí
Buen septiembre Pat. Cuídate
Un abrazo.

bill burke said...

I agree too, it does sound like a British Law show. Growing up we had one called Burke's Law starring Gene Barry. :)

Anne Hagman-Niilola said...

Lovely to get to the hairdresser;-)

William Kendall said...

A quiet entrance.

Revrunner said...

Wait! You got a lawyer to cut your hair?! That must have been a mess. :-)

Cloudia said...

Always fun to see things from a new angle. Hope you are enjoying your beautiful day.

Kay said...

You reminded me, thank you: I have a haircut tomorrow.

Jim said...

Great.

John "By Stargoose And Hanglands" said...

Yes, it sounds very British.

s.c said...

They don't promote it here.

Sami said...

I love Law shows on Tv. Nice entrance.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

It's amazing the discoveries you can make by taking a different route Pat, bet it felt nice to have a trim 😉

Jenn Jilks said...

What a great photo. I bet you feel good having your hair done. I have been cutting my own. I'm a bit nervous.