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  • http://cityforward.wordpress.com AnnaB

    I appreciate your acknowledgement of the comments, and that the sign featured has some local history. However, I still wouldn't say it was a douchebag move. Given how many other images that could be chosen to represent Columbus – the Seurat topiary garden? a photo of the skyline? the Santa Maria? the LeVeque tower? a photo of OSU's Oval, or a famous building on campus like the Wexner Center? – it is odd that they would choose a neon sign. There is nothing wrong with the sign, it just doesn't “read” as a significant marker for a city. And it's at night, which generally doesn't make a great article photo unless it's a lit-up skyline or after-dark event.
    All of this to say, I still support your comment that it's a very poor choice of photo to represent Columbus to Huffington Post readers, most of whom might not even know the first thing about Columbus' local landmarks. No matter how significant that arrow sign, to the uninitiated it's just another strip mall sign, and there's no good way to communicate otherwise to the casual viewer.