Cee’s Weekly Wrap October 15, 2016 and WPC-Local

Molalla River State Park, Canby, Oregon.
Molalla River State Park, Canby, Oregon.

I am hoping you all are having a great weekend!  There is still have plenty of time get your entries into all my challenges for this week.  I’m sure the bloggers who I featured would appreciate your comments too.

Here is my entry for this week’s Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge with the topic of Local.   Hope every has a great weekend.

Monday – Share Your World 2016 Week #41

See how everyone answered this week’s questions.

  1. Do you believe in love at first sight?
  2. Your first car?
  3. Who taught you to ride a bike? How did it go?
  4. Ugly and rich or beautiful and poor?
  5. What was the first dish you could cook?

Tuesday – Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge:  Yellows

There are still a couple days to get your entries in for the CFFC topic.

Featured Bloggers

Next Tuesday’s topic will be Vibrant Colors.

Wednesday – Cee’s Which Way Challenge – October 12, 2016

This challenge is all about capturing the roads, walks, trails, rails, steps, etc. we move from one place to another on.  You can walk on them, climb them, drive them, ride on them, as long as the specific way is visible.  Any angle of a bridge is acceptable as are any signs.

There are still a few days to get your entries in for the CWW topic.

Featured Bloggers

Thursday – Cee’s Black and White Photo Challenge:  Rocks

There are still a few days to get your entries in for the CB&K topic.

Featured Bloggers

Next week’s theme will have a new post for with the topic is It’s All About Nature.

Friday – Cee’s Odd Ball Photo Challenge:  2016 Week #41

You still have nearly a week to join in on this week’s COB challenge.

There is never a theme to COB challenge.  Odd Ball’s are those great photos that you take which really don’t seem to fit into a common category.

Featured Bloggers 

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Here is my entry for this week’s Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge with the topic of Local.  I decided to highlight some of our bigger parks in Canby.

Molalla River State Park, Canby, Oregon.
Molalla River State Park, Canby, Oregon.
Wait Park, Canby, Oregon.
Wait Park, Canby, Oregon.
Molalla River State Park, Canby, Oregon.
Molalla River State Park, Canby, Oregon.
Aronson Rhododendron Park, Canby, Oregon.
Aronson Rhododendron Park, Canby, Oregon.
Canby Community State Park, Canby, Oregon.
Canby Community State Park, Canby, Oregon.

Qi (energy) hugs

Cee

13 Comments

  1. 1) Yes, as any hopeless romantic would haha
    2) A Morris Minor… Model, I can’t drive, but I can dream!
    3) Myself without my mother with me. She had bought me a bike for my birthday and locked it in the shed. I used a piece of metal to wedge under the sheds window to open it and lifted it out. I used a bucket to get on and used the ground a few moments later to flat on my face.
    4) Either, it depends who I fell for. The fact that they are ugly could mean they compensate with personality, if someone is beautiful and poor it doesn’t necessarily mean they will be a better match.
    5) I melted a plastic plate in a working toy oven… does that count? Because I still can’t cook haha

    Oh, I loved the photos by the way!

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  2. You have beautiful parks. We have a couple of relatively big parks, but we are sort of part of the National Park System, so the entire Valley is a protected park area, with smaller designated areas up and down the river (which stretches about 50 miles from the Worcester hills, to Providence, RI and the ocean. I can’t even find all of the parks. Some are in pretty obscure areas inside wildlife refuges, or require taking dirt roads surrounded by wetland and swamp. But we are always on the lookout for a new place to shoot 🙂 I’m glad nature is up as the subject because that IS what we have a lot of of 🙂

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    1. This week for black and white it is nature. I was out for about 3 hours today. Found some interesting nature and also ran into a metal artist. I’ll do a post about him later. He has some cool things.

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