Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Roofs

We are on to the next series which is all about Buildings.

And old pole barn with rusty roof, Canby, Oregon.
And old pole barn with rusty roof, Canby, Oregon.

This week the topic is Roofs.  Most building have some sort of roof to it.  I want to see roofs from any angle.  If you can get a photo from above the could be awesome.  Parts of roofs from the ground is great too.  Roofs from dilapidated buildings can have a lot of wholes and are full of character.  Any roof as long as it is your main subject of your photo.  Have tons 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.

Feel free to dig around in your archives for photos if you don’t have anything new you can photograph.

Featured Bloggers

022414-feature-bannerI had a marvelous response from all of you on last week’s Entrances and Doors challenge.  I want to say thank you to each of you for participating in this challenge.  Here are the featured bloggers for this week.  Their posts really grabbed my attention.  They are all worthy of a second or third look.

D15N Photography

Jennifer Nichol Wells



Mostly Monochrome


CircadianReflections Blog

This, That and The Other Thing


Beyond the Brush

Wanderlust and Wonderment

Current Series  

The Next Series – Children’s Games

  • Musical Chairs
  • Rock, Paper, Scissors
  • Chutes and Ladders
  • Jump Rope
  • Duck Duck Goose

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

My shed with Maple Tree, photo taken this past spring.
My shed and Japanese Maple Tree, photo taken this past spring.
Roofs of houseboats at the Oregon City Marina, Oregon.
Roofs of houseboats at the Oregon City Marina, Oregon.
Old barn near Idaho Falls, ID. Photo taken this summer.
Old barn near Idaho Falls, ID. Photo taken this summer.
And old pole barn with rusty roof, Canby, Oregon.
And old pole barn with rusty roof, Canby, Oregon.
An old shingled roof.
An old shingled roof.

Qi (energy) hugs,



  1. I love our roofs! All of them with a slight leaning towards that amazing barn in Idaho Falls. I so much appreciate your featuring me this week. Thank you (again)(and again)! I’m good with all you subject until we get to children’s games … at which point I think I will simply fall off the map. Would you believe I don’t even know how one plays “duck duck goose” … much less have a picture of it? I was childhood game deprived. New York city tended to tag, hide & see, stick ball, and stoop ball. And, of course, jump rope. And around here, there simply aren’t any children. Elsewhere in town, but now down this way. We have a lot more cows and horses than kids! In fact we have a lot more kids (baby goats) than children 🙂


    1. Ahh … that is not what the challenge is. Use the words Duck and Goose as your topic. I just think it was a fun way to have a play on words. Kids playing the games would work too. But I hadn’t thought of that. I will be describing what the game is just for fun. Other than that, take the title words as your topic.


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  3. I loved your colorful selection of roofs. The old barns are interesting. I saw a book once that was a collection of pencil drawings of old barns. If I remember right the barns were on the East coast. Fascinating to see the different styles.


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