Lens-Artists’ 100th(!) photo challenge is long and winding roads. And to end, I can’t resist – because this is what I was singing in my head while composing this post.Read More LAPC: Long & Winding
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 […]Read More Thursday Doors: Door Art
Ragtag’s Daily Prompt word today is thingamajig. It is a word we’ve always used (or one like it) when we don’t know or remember the name of something. I looked up the word to see how it would be defined: Merriam-Webster has a good, concise definition: something that is hard to classify or whose name […]Read More RDP: Thingamajig or Whatchamacallit
Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge is in a series where she posts a photo and you choose what topic you wish to post based on her photo. Here is her photo this week: Here are Cee’s suggestions: floats, things hanging on trees, rope, fishing items, grass, green, orange, white, blue, numbers, bare branches, or come up […]Read More CFFC: Choose Your Topic from a Photo
This is the photo for Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge Pick a Topic #3. She suggests: Public transportation, bus, RV, trees, bird, whale, tent, grass, bridge, water, white, green, window, or come up with your own topic. bus gull whale portable muralRead More CFFC: Pick a Topic #3
Cee posted this picture and her Fun Foto Challenge this week is to use the picture to find subjects for this week’s challenge. Some of her suggestions are: Mural, covered bridge, car, green, grass, vintage car, people, trees, road, flowers, landscape, sidewalk, or come up with your own topic. Covered bridge […]Read More CFFC: Vintage Cars, Covered Bridges, Flowers & Murals
Becky has her monthlong square challenge this month and the topic is Blue. (#JulySquare) Last summer we took a road trip across 2/3 of the United States on Route 66. Between Arizona and New Mexico, we kept seeing road signs with this rabbit logo which piqued our curiosity (as it was supposed to!). We finally […]Read More Blue Squares: Here It Is!
No, I don’t mean today! Last summer while on our trip on Route 66, the temperature really spiked! This is my Spiky Square for 3/14/19.Read More Spiky Squares: It’s Too Hot!
June 16, 2018 Heading northeast toward Chicago, we passed up Towanda, which has a couple of sites worth mentioning; mainly “A Geographical Journey” Parkway with interpretive kiosks along the road, and Towanda Dead Man’s Curve, part of the original 66 before the 1940s and now on Old Route 4. We intended to stop in Lexington […]Read More Getting Our Kicks: Homeward Bound (Route 66, Day 9-Part 2)
June 16, 2018 We headed toward home today, but there was plenty to see on Route 66 along the way. We had picked up a free guidebook – Illinois Route 66 Visitors Guide – the previous evening. First stop was Old Chain of Rocks Bridge, which we had visited the previous evening (see my previous […]Read More Getting Our Kicks On the Way Home (Day 9, Part 1)