Falling Rocks in Trinidad & Tobago

Kendall (To), I.2004; pict. Baeten & De Dier  
  A clear illustration of the typical Trinidad & Tobago way of doing with road signs. The roadsign proper is almost always brushed on a canvas that is a square. The accompanying text, which in most countries is fitted on a separate board, or left out, is included on the same canvas as the warning sign. Examples of both approaches: U.S.A. and Australia.

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