The Final Which Way

Cee Neuner, a wonderful photographer, is putting out her final Which Way Challenge this week. Sob. I’ve had fun with it, doing it on occasional on and off weeks when I had the inspiration and pictures to use. Here are just some pictures from my archives that show “The Way”.
 Down the Beach Staircase in the Lincoln home City of Springfield 3D layout This is a place frozen in timeAnd some “NO” signs
No Diving

Cee’s Which Way Challenge: 2015 Week #38 

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Joints


This is my first time doing one of Cee’s photo challenges and I am excited about finding some more creativity in my photography. For the Joints challenge this week, I am featuring the structure of one of the most boring rollercoaster at Cedar Point: The Iron Dragon. It’s utter slowness and excitement on the level of a history class aside, there are lots of examples of joints and connecting parts in this picture. The people swarming to get on the ride also have examples of joints (their arms, legs, and phalanges!).

Day 154My “Hand of Glory” also has joints.


The links and rivets of the Missouri Bridge I crossed under last summer were an obvious choice.

And now some things I enjoy:

Day 317

My cats, even though they are a nuisance and eat like hogs.


And potato salad (or any kind is fine). I know this will be on the table Thanksgiving day along with the delicious pies I will make. I vow to create my own homemade salad sometime and not eat the store bought all the time, but what can you do when you crave it so much?


Tots, Clocks, Bikes, and Air

A few more of my favorite things…

0717141745-00Golden Tater Tots: A family classic. A favorite food of a classic cult character.

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Clocks: Time comes in many forms; also a visual representation of Coldplay’s hit.

0712141910-00 (2)Badass Bikes: Belonging to some big badass bikermen and bikerchicks at a motorcycle rally. Not even close to the size of the Sturgis gathering held every year. Bikers come from miles away to participate in that one. At this particular one, I got near the stage where a cover band was playing and it was LOUD! I thought the whole place was going to blow up or something.

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Max-Air: A high flying exhilaration ride that turns your world upside down. Just don’t get hit in the head by falling shoes. Reminds me of a pendulum clock, only this one belongs to Death himself. BTW, check out this eight year old on the Gatekeeper, a ride I had high hopes for when I first rode it this year but was kind of let down.

The 365 Project of 2014 continues on facebook

Besides that, I am also getting a business together that focuses on creating videos for special events, as well as offering photo collages, photo books, and possibly in the future a whole line of party supplies. All of this is an if because I don’t know if the business will even get off the ground let alone having one customer approach me. Doesn’t hurt to try.