Friday, June 22, 2007

An effective advertisement, I suppose.


I was sitting in the car while we crossed the flyover at the Lebuhraya Damansara-Puchong. Lebuhraya means "highway" in English.

While crossing the flyover, I saw 2 huge advertisement board situated right at the middle of the hanging steels. This one obviously is Canon.

"Canon. Delighting you always." [this is the motto of Canon in Malaysia.]

So, what motto did Canon used in your city? I wonder if it's the same.

10 comments:

DS2944 said...

It's a "canon" photo !
In french, "canon" is use for a beautiful girl/woman ;-)

Abraham Lincoln said...

I assume this is the camera people whose Canon cameras are the ones I use.

They have nothing here except me and I try to write stories about Canon and wildlife at least once each day.

Nice photography.

I am back from my self-imposed vacation.

Abraham Lincoln
Brookville Daily Photo

Fabrizio ikol22 said...

Here is: "With Canon you Can" :-)

Keropok Man said...

In Singapore, it's also Canon, delighting you always.

i know that bridge, i know it as the Motorola bridge! haha...

dijah said...

Oho,I've never been on that flyover-but under it,of course!

Have a nice Sunday dear.

GMG said...

«You can Canon», it's their motto in Portugal... doesn't look very impressive!

macky said...

By the way, the name canon come from the Japanese word, can-non. Can-non means Deity of Mercy, one of many Buddhist statues.

Emily Lin said...

ds2944: Wow.. I've learned a new French word today :p

Abraham: Well, Canon is good. You shot great photographs with Canon, I can see. :))

Fabrizio: It sounds simple and nice!

Keropok Man: Haha! I think you are right. :p

Dijah: Yea.. Me too! :p

Gmg: It sounds okay to me! :)

Macky: Oh I've googled about the Deity of Mercy :p Thanks for telling me.

Pod said...

canon is my god!

travelphilippines said...

i think its the same everywhere.skd