Cee’s Which Way Photo Challenge: 2014 #12

Welcome everyone to Cee’s Which Way Challenge.  This challenge subject is all about capturing the roads, walks, trails, rails, we move from one place to another on.  You can walk on them, climb them, drive them, ride them, as long as the way is visible.

I’m proud to announce our featured bloggers for Cee’s Which Way Challenge 2014 #11.  Their posts for our last challenge grabbed my attention.  Please check out their posts and congratulate them.  Maybe you will be chosen next time.

 

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Temasek Garden –  So many different which ways.  I really love the first shot and the Wat to Wat Walkway.

Mad Meandering Me – Both of these black and white ways are well worth a view.

Light Words – Such a great and fun photo with wild turkeys on the steps.

Far Out in Africa – You can never go wrong with roads and signs.  I liked the  perspective on these photos.

Helen Chen – Such a gorgeous landscape and the road shows beautifully.

Cee’s Which Way Challenge 

There is no specific theme for this Which Way challenge.  The possibilities are endless.  Here is a list of possible subjects for you to keep in mind as you are out on photo shoots.

  • Roads:  gravel, asphalt, cobbled, dirt, freeway, expressway, highway, bridges
  • Indoor Walkways:  hallways, aisles, people movers
  • Outdoor Walks:  Sidewalks, Paths, Trails
  • Stairs, elevators, escalators, or steps:  indoors, outdoors
  • Railway Tracks
  • Runways
  • Parking lots, Private driveways
  • Tunnels
  • Signs of any kind:  directional, informational, store signs, wind vanes
  • Maps that are posted as signs

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Create a Cee’s Which Way Challenge Post

  1. Then add a link to your blog in my comment box.
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Cee’s Which Way Challenge Badge

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If you would like to find out more about the Which Way challenge or view past week’s entries, please click here.

My entry this week

Here are a few of the which ways I captured at Camp 18 in Elsie, Oregon.

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Sign on one of the old buildings.
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Inside an old railroad car.

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Cee

53 Comments

    1. Camp 18 is the result of enormous effort by Gordon Smith and the late Maurie Clark, both near-legendary figures in the northwest logging scene. So it has a ton of old lumbering equipment including railroad cars, wooden barges with huge machines on it, pulleys of all sorts, moving equipment, buildings, water towers made out of wood. It is just a fun fun place.

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  1. cool shots = looks like a great camp. 🙂 and I like the new blog design – very nice and easy to navigate when I want to drop by and see what has been recently added – love the ease of doing that. also like the peach –
    have a great day and hello to Chris from me.

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  2. I went through that passenger train door to photograph the inside. My problem came when I had to exit. I jumped to the ground from the doorway since there were no steps or ladder and collapsed on the ground when my left knee gave out. It wasn’t pretty and it took me a while to find my glasses that were flung in that field. Ah yes, I remember that train car well. LOL

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    1. I actually took that photo from my Explorer. I’m not agile enough to get up into it. I’m glad you didn’t get hurt in your fall. It would have been cool to actually stand in that car.

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      1. I’ve posted that picture a few times. I still have it, of course, so I’ll need to post it again. It was worth the difficult climb into the train car but not worth the tumble getting down. I don’t fall gracefully anymore. 🙂

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