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.
Cee’s Oddball Challenge is for those photographs that don’t really fit into a common category. There is no theme to this challenge; what is odd ball is up to the participant.
Many of the photos I take on vacation are used as reminders rather than photographic gems I share with others. Last week I traveled to the Vail Valley where the photo below were taken. I hope you like the odd ball’s that I have chosen to share this week.
We stopped a the Welcome Center in Leadville, Colorado and my inner genealogist was immediately attracted to the list of books below.
Living in Oklahoma, the need to flag a fire hydrant so it could be found in a snow drift is very odd indeed.
I was walking through Vail Village, past the river, when I noticed this worker having his lunch. I thought what a great view for spending your lunch hour.
This was taken at an event in Vail. There is a world of difference in how trash and recyclables are handled between Colorado and my home state of Oklahoma.
I can’t remember the last time I used one of these for a hotel room.
Cee’s Which Way Challenge is all about capturing the roads, walks, trails, rails, steps, signs, etc. we use to move from one place to another. There is no specific topic to this challenge. The only rule is the “way” visible and the focus of the photo.