A rather pleased skellum adorned the top of a tattoo and body piercing shop across or north side of Saint Catherine street, the smiling dark brown-colored death head sporting what appeared to be a Christian bishop’s teardrop headdress with the city of Montreal’s logo centered on it.
As my picture shows the dressed up skeleton rests in a black oval background surrounded by a blood-red stylized oval ring sandwiched by black large stylized words “saint” and “ink” and the smaller words “tattoo” and “perçage”, the whole thing superimposed on a bright white backdrop.
I had just emerged from a small side-street running perpendicular to Saint Catherine having photographed some street art on walls of some of the buildings there when I the tattoo-body piercing shop’s death head caught my eye and after a moment or two I decided to photograph this interesting image.
As I mentioned in my previous post, Climbing Frog Mural, I was exploring this part of Saint Catherine heading towards the nearest metro(subway) station because Monday was a cold, damp, overcast, windy day with a distinct possibility for rain showers which I hoped to avoid meanwhile, I kept looking for interesting things to photograph along the way.
This is my contribution for WP single word prompt:”PLEASED”.