First of all, thank you each and everyone who has ever participated in Cee’s Which Way Challenge. I have always enjoyed all the photos. I adore seeing a glimpse of life though your eyes. This challenge I know for me has sure been a lot of fun.
Before I get to the featured bloggers for this week. I wanted to share this farewell poem with you. It was written by Judy Dykstra-Brown.
Cry Me A River
She’s been showing us the way to go for all these many weeks–
searching for direction through photography that speaks.
Roads and forest pathways, windows gate and doors.
There is no single portal that this challenge abhors.
It always was the hardest for me to try to fill,
like lugging all my photographs up the tallest hill.
I think I usually took this theme a good way ’round the bend,
but Cee’s supply of “Which Way” shots never seemed to end!
Soon “Which Way” will be over, and there will be no more
photographing every river, sidewalk, bridge or door.
We’ll go back to snapping cats, flowers, churches, peoples–
bending over gardens and hanging off of steeples.
I hope there’ll be new challenges that tell us where to go,
for when it comes to what to shoot, some of us are slow.
But on this very final week, let’s all just bid adeiu
by crying Cee some rivers–and sending in a few!
This week I’m proud to announce the eatured bloggers for this last week. I am actually featuring everyone who entered for Cee’s Which Way Challenge 2015 Week #38 (final week). You stuck with me till the end.
- From Hiding to Blogging
- Shots and Captures
- Travel with Intent
- Wild Daffodil
- Homsteading on 4D Acres
- Bulldog Travels
- Sliku svoju ljubim II
- The Momhood
- LifeLessons – Judy Dyskra-Brown
- Indira’s Blog
- Nhurng Dong Thung Nho
- Spiritual Dragonfly
- Ramblings With A Ranger
- Park Preview
- Locating Frankenstein’s Brain
- Drawing with Light
- A Sawyer’s Daughter
- Middleton Road
- Far Out In Africa
- Jaspa’s Journey
- A Season at A Time
- My Other Blog
- Conecuh Valley T-Trak
Qi (energy) hugs