Today I noticed this sign:
For some strange reason, I couldn't stop thinking about it.
So I went back to take the picture.
It's obviously hand made, and the fluorescent orange paint is made to draw attention.
Do you think it's for drivers or visually-challenged people?
Does it mean, "Stop! Blind people!"?
Or "Blind people, stop!"?
Can the blind person read the sign?
I noticed the sign is placed at a crosswalk where there is already a traffic light.
Therefore, if a blind person wanted to cross, the cars should already be stopped.
I'd like to think that if a blind person was crossing the street, drivers would be paying more attention to them than the sign, i.e. they'd already be stopped.
But I guess you can never be too careful.
Better safe than sorry.
What do you think it means?