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 

Sense of Touch: Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge

Here is my set of interesting shots for Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Sense of Touch. It’s quite interesting to photograph things that normally wouldn’t be that great of interest to me, but yet another photo challenge refines my photographic eye (and hopefully memory).

Touching a light pole - cold and hard
My hand touching a light pole – cold and hard. The world is upside down because I thought this looked more interesting that way.
Prickly weeds – I’ve learned not to touch these but the lawn mower has a field day with them
Water coming down from the house spigot
The monster weed in greater detail
My cat on a soft bed of pillows – a combination of soft things
Sharp – the edge of this can lid that I cut my finger on a few days ago. Ouch!
Dandelion – soft, delicate, and expendable
Hard rock – literally. A close up of a crack in the driveway which looks like it contains a deep chasm of inescapable porportions.
Plastic Chewbacca
U can touch this weed
What use is a golf ball without a club?

Which Way Challenge: Exits/Entrances

I haven’t done a Cee’s Which Way challenge in a while, mainly because I’ve been trying to see how it fits in with my blog, which is constantly trying to find direction, that great beacon of light. While on my hiatus, I got some interesting pictures of “The Way” on my travels.
The WayShowing the exit or entrance of a fast food place.
Sun settingSun setting over the ride on the road home.
Coca-Cola TruckThe Coca-Cola truck in Illinois again. Previously featured here.Big SkyA big sky landscape overlooking a Meijer parking lot. Archway
Archway of a Mexican restaurant, fences separating two different entrances. A very elegant setup, actually.

Cee’s Which Way Challenge: 2015 Week 35

Habits: Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge

Photographing some of my habits was interesting. Some of them can’t really be shown because they are internal while some are too personal or embarrassing to show. But I rounded up some of the things that are easily captured with my camera. .
Saving UpVery good habit of putting loose change in a savings bank
BloggingThe one habit that has become more of a lifestyle: blogging Cat on sillBlackie has a habit of sitting in the window
CuriousAnd looking out it curiously like this.Cat in the fridgeAnd he loves to hop into the fridge when I open it.sandwichhabitsAnd my favorite habit of making sandwiches to snack on, usually peanut butter but there was none today so this is bacon, lettuce, barbecue, and the final scrapings from the PB jar.

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Cream to Light Brown

BeachlighthousebucketsThe Lion Sleeps TonightLakeshore

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Cream to Light Brown

Cee’s Which Way Challenge: 2015 Week #28

AirOur sharing air, great,
It’s available for all,
Multicycled men
whichway2015aA doorway to learning
Taking me away
Library of mindful freedom
libraryAnd now I leave
Satisfaction is done
Will return for
Tomorrows next mindful voyage
whichway2015The sign tells me so
I obey lofty command
Fire resists inside

Cee’s Which Way Challenge: 2015 Week #28

Cee’s Odd Ball Challenge: 2015 Week #28

Time for another odd ball challenge.
Flash EyesMy cat named Blackie with a chain in his mouth. The flash of the camera makes him look freaky. I didn’t intend for that to happen.Day 363 - BottleCapsManhole covers painted in the primary colors. Reminded of the candy BottleCaps. A nice form of art but out of place with the rest of the drab city that it’s located in.Day 343 - Headphone EyesSomething I did with my spare time while trying to figure out what would make a good picture. This strange idea resulted.
Til' Death
Another odd moment from Hell, Michigan
A row of evergreen tree shapes against a wall at The Great Mall in Kansas. Nothing too interesting about this shot. I wasn’t thinking anything special in mind when this was snapped. It just happened.