Cee’s topic for her Fun Foto Challenge this week is anything to do with cars and trucks.Read More CFFC: Cars & Trucks
Basil René’s Life Captured Photo Prompt (LCPP) this week has the topic without power. I started thinking about things that don’t have power and first thought of living beings without power – children, defenseless animals kept in cages, black men in a police chokehold or being unable to breathe when pinned to the ground. However, […]Read More LCPP: Without Power
Sandy’s Friendly Friday Photo Challenge: In TransitRead More FFPC: Everybody’s Going Somewhere
For Becky’s Month of Squares: In the Pink, here is a rusted,well-used truck, parked on a street near where I live. It obviously has seen better days – but hey, it still runs okay! – and maybe it was pinker when it was new! 🙂Read More Month of Squares: Working Truck
Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge – In this series, Cee picks a photo for each week and you can pick a topic from the items or colors from the photo. This week’s possible topics are truck, mural, octopus, whale, animal, painting, orange, black, water, lighthouse, ocean, vivid, vintage, blue, etc. If you see other topics, you […]Read More CFFC: Which of These Photos Belong Together?
June 8, 2018 Peach Springs – Seligman Not long after we left the Hualapai Lodge and Tourism Center we arrived at Grand Canyon Caverns, at 115 Mile Marker AZ-66, Peach Springs, AZ 86434.This dry, limestone cavern was discovered in 1927 and extends about 200-300 feet below the […]Read More Getting Our Kicks: Grand Canyon Caverns & Seligman, AZ (Route 66 Day 3, Pt. 2)
Cee’s weekly Which Way Photo Challenge is all about capturing the roads, walks, trails, rails, steps, signs, etc. we move from one place to another on. You can walk on them, climb them, drive them, ride on them, as long as the specific way is visible. Any angle of a bridge is acceptable as are any […]Read More CWWPC: Not All Wanderers Are Lost
Last weekend, after our four days in St. Paul, Minnesota, my sister, her friend, her daughter and I made the long drive home back to the northwestern suburbs of Chicago. It’s about a 5 1/2 hour drive if you drive straight through, with no stops. Of course, that would be nearly impossible for most people, […]Read More Pictures at a wayside