It has been quite a while since I participated in one of Cee’s Photo Challenges but today is the day I get back into my photography groove. This week’s challenge is bicycles, tricycles, motorcycles, and wagons. I did a deep dive in my archives and didn’t come up with much, so maybe between now and the next challenge (Tuesday) I will see if I can add a few more.
This one has been used before but in black and white. I much prefer the color. A bit fuzzy because it was taken behind glass. Not to mention the several glasses of tequila I had before taking it.
My excursion to the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally a few years ago provided me with more photographs of motorcycles than I will ever need. I couldn’t decide on a singe cycle, so I used a group photo.
I’m not sure I would like traveling far in one of these wagons
These old-school bicycles caught my eye. The bright yellow didn’t hurt.
It’s Saturday morning and although I have a million things I need to do, I took some time to have a little fun with Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge. This week is Letter J. The rules are the photo subject must be least 6 letters long. The “J” can be anywhere in the word, and using an adjective to extend the length of the word is perfectly OK. I had lots of ideas but couldn’t find time to photograph so I had to settle for some vacation photos. There is always next week.
Many thanks to Cee’s Photography for providing the opportunity to play around with photography in a creative way. If you are interested in joining Cee’s Letter Challenge, check out this link Challenge
My first ‘J’ photo is Alligator Jaws. This was taken in Belize.
The next “J” is beautiful Jamaica. This was taken from the top steps of Rose Hall, the home of the famous ‘White Witch of Rose Hall’.
My last ‘J’ is Juneau, Alaska and the Mendenhall Glacier.
This week is Letter E – Needs to have two E’s in the topic word (needle, elephant, geese, peek, jeep, eye, etc.). For my photo subject, I chose ‘Weeds’. A weed is any wild plant that grows in unwanted areas. We do have a lot of weeds in our yard but some like the ones below add a natural beauty. So maybe they aren’t really weeds after all.
I am not sure what the one above is; below is the dandelion weed. Every child’s favorite.
The next one is the remains of Black Eye Susan’s. They bloomed in late summer but are starting to die now.