CFFC: The Golden Spike

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge this week continues with a series on vehicles that provide transportation, with the theme anything having to do with trains and railroads. Bailey’s Railyard in North Platte, Nebraska is the place to take an elevator to the top of what’s known as the Golden Spike. It isn’t golden and not much […]

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Thursday Doors: Door Art

Norm’s Thursday Doors is a weekly opportunity to share photos of doors with other door lovers! This week, I’m dipping back into my archives to present doors that are part of, or surrounded by, street art. (Check out my earlier post for Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Murals.) Black Cat Alley, Milwaukee, Wisconsin: This alley near […]

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CFFC: Murals

For Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge with the topic Murals and Graffiti, I have a wealth of photos in my archives, because I love photographing public artwork! I include here a sampling of each location. Note that I have blogged about most of these places before, so there will be some duplicates.  Tucumcari, New Mexico: A town […]

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CFFC: Vanishing Lines

These are some examples of vanishing and leading lines for Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge. Last night in downtown Mt. Prospect Barn lines at Wild Bill Cody’s Scout’s Rest Ranch in Nebraska On the road in Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado Rest stop at Rocky Mountain National Park Roller Coaster Road near Harper’s Ferry, Iowa Crop […]

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Lens-Artists Photo Challenge: Patterns

There are patterns wherever we go. Some are man-made, while others are in nature. Still others are a combination: humans manipulating natural phenomena to create patterns. Anne-Christine of Lens-Artists’ Photo Challenge this week has chosen the theme of patterns. This fountain at Ravinia (outdoor summer music venue north of Chicago) was created by harnessing the […]

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