More Than Five: Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge

Day 354 - BountifulOranges are one of my favorite fruits and are eaten quite quickly, sometimes right out of the “shell” and sometimes cut in half with the juice sucked out. This is one of those pictures of a table of oranges that acts as a sort of color profiler, showcasing the color orange with a monochrome consistent tone. Enough there to make a couple glasses of orange juice.

mirrorA neat mirror trick that I’ve always been intrigued by – how far back do the mirror images go? Is there any such thing as infinity? What if I could travel through that cascade of mirrors, going deeper and deeper until I’m about 5000 layers in? Would I ever reach an end? Are there alternate universes in one of those far away mirror images?
Day 286 - Snow White & the Seven DwarvesThere’s a woman living in my community who puts out this set of classic characters every year after winter passes. One time a couple of the dwarves got stolen but were presumably found and returned not long after.
Day 295 - The Whole Potter
Still a classic series after all these years. This is my set of seven books I bought new last year and are acting more like paper weights since I’ve only read one book so far. Clearly my taste in literature has grown since last reading Harry Potter as a child, but the nostalgia still gets me back into it and excited.

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: More than 5 Items


Black and White: May Day Signs

No trespassing on this land.

This isn’t Fast and the Furious.


Catholic school sign by the road.


Stop ahead.


A clear as day warning on my washer.


Find new roads…or be happy with the ones you love.


On the corner of County and Nevada.


An iron sewer gate…watch your step.


Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Signs

Black & White Motion



The slinky is a favorite toy of mine to toss around and make neat waves with, but it also can be a stress reliever, a way to unleash some anger and anxiety. My cat has a wonderful time with it as well, his eyes watching the movement of the springs curiously as I swing it up and down. Of course, cat’s are known to see the world in black and white with very little color, though how I’m not sure how this can be verified.