Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge this weeks is Tracks. This week’s topic is Tracks – trains, rail tracks anything to do with tracks. For those who remember my Cee’s Which Way Challenge you were allowed to show train tracks, but not trains unless you could see the actual tracks too. In this challenge you can show off your train photos as well. Have fun with […]
Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge this week is Signs – traffic, directional, signs along the roads or on buildings. Signs are everywhere we look. From big fancy signs to small handwritten signs. Have fun with this challenge this week. Use your imagination if you want for this theme. The thing is to have a lot of fun with this challenge.
Screws controlling head gates in the Folsom East Canal, built 1893
The Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge for the week of July 8, 2016. For this week’s challenge, take a moment to look up. Whether it’s the fan above your head at work, your bedroom ceiling, or the night sky, what do you see? Is it familiar? Or does it show you a new perspective on your surroundings? As I’ve mentioned (many […]
Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge for this week is Bridges. Bridges come in all shapes and sizes. It can be a small bridge just long enough to cross a small stream or creek to bridge that spans for miles. Your bridge can be one of beauty and geometry to just a couple of wooden planks to cross your bridge. As long […]
The Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge for the week of July 1, 2016. In your photo this week, show how opposites can tell a story about people, places, or objects. The tension can reside in what you choose to show — old vs. new, big vs. small, dark vs. light — or in how you frame and design your shot. […]
There may be a few extra traffic headaches for commuters this week since the old Rainbow Bridge — opened in 1917 — has been closed all week for resurfacing. I’m lucky enough not to have a commute, but I definitely noticed a difference during my Wednesday morning hike through Negro Bar (which parallels one of the bridge’s main feeders, Greenback Lane), across […]