We are on to a new series which topic are quite varied ad doesn’t any kind of theme, so please don’t look for one.
This week’s topic is Outdoor Seating. The topic is fairly self-explanatory. As long as you can sit on it outside, I would consider it to be outdoor seating. The thing is to have a lot of fun. Feel free to dig around in your archives for photos if you don’t have anything new you can photograph.
I had a marvelous response from all of you on last week’s Indoor Seating. I want to say thank you to each of you. Here are the featured bloggers for this week. Their posts really grabbed my attention. They are all worthy of a second or third look.
- Locks, Keys, Knobs and Handles
- Indoor Seating
- Outdoor Seating
- Alleys, Driveways, Parking Lots, Dirt Roads
- Freeways, Expressway, Highways
The Next Series
- The Colors White and Blue
- The Colors Yellow and Red
- Single Flowers
Feel free to write me with things you want to learn about. Go through you photo archives and see what photos you have that fits the current week’s challenge, or better yet grab you camera and take a new photo! ENJOY and have FUN.
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My Entry for the Week
NOTE: The Dorymen
Our primary mission is to ensure the continued existence of our 115 year-old tradition of dory activity from Cape Kiwanda (Pacific City, Oregon, USA). While the fleet declined during the 1990’s due to heavy fishery conservation measures, the number of vessels that call Pacific City their “home port” has once again expanded to nearly 250. Like other west coast ports, we’re a mix of commercial, sport charter, and private fishing boats. We often rank in the top four Oregon ports for numbers of coho salmon landings. Commercial fish and shellfish landings in 2014 were valued at over $153,000 while recreational fisheries contribute greatly to the local economy.
Qi (energy) hugs,