So the women's room was about as interesting as the men's. Slightly less with the massive amounts of toilet paper (which, seemed a little bass-ackwards to me, but so be it).
|Front of the Door|
Most of them are pretty straight forward. I still find "females" an interesting label. Also, like the men's room 'engineer' and stuff, I find it interesting that "Hospital toilet" is determined to be a woman's domain. Also, why would you ever have to label it as a "hospital toilet"? I mean, if it's in the hospital... isn't it a given that it's a hospital toilet? If it's from (as it kind of seems to me) a military ship or something, why do you need to denote that it's the *hospital* toilet and not just, you know, the toilet in that part of the ship. Who cares where it is, as long as it's a toilet, right? I don't even...
So here's the rest of them. Again, nothing drastically entertaining or weird or anything. Just a whole lot of signs telling you where you are. (As if the big porcelain 'chair' in the corner wasn't a big enough clue ;).
|Reflections of a bathroom sign (or a few)|
Here are those signs the right way around. I do like the "Queens" sign. That's a nice change of pace. :) Also, next to it? Probably the largest span of unused wall space in the entirety of the operation. And this place is massive.
And just very quickly, while I know I've discussed this before, this is a great place to stop and look at White Correction. I didn't realize how yellow the incandescent lights were in the bathrooms when I was shooting, so I didn't change the setting. I manually corrected it in the version above, but a post-production color correction, in my opinion, is never quite as good as capturing it right in the first place.