Cee’s Odd Ball Photo Challenge: January 28, 2018

Old bathtubs at a salvage yard.

Welcome to my Odd Ball Challenge.  This challenge is for those photos you take that don’t really fit into any common category.  There is never a theme to this challenge, so what is an odd ball is all up for you to discover and photograph.

I hope that you have a lot of fun with this challenge!  To read more about Odd Ball photos click here.

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My Entry for the Week

Chris found this YouTube video this morning and I decided a tissue box and the video is definitely worthy of this Odd Ball challenge.

Qi (energy) hugs



  1. Very interesting photos and video! It’s amazing we have all kinds of machines doing so many different things. It would be nice if we can enter one end of some kind of setting like this and go out the other end fully exercised 😉
    Have a great day!


  2. I like the first photo of the dress form and necklace. A hint of Claes Oldenburg for us? BTW, the tissue box and video are appropriate for this flu season. I never really thought about what went into the manufacture of such an everyday product and now I am quite impressed. Thanks for teaching me something new today.


  3. So I can toss my tissues on the ground?? I love those chairs. It’s like the farther away you get from the table, the worse your seating gets. Or did everyone sit farthest away? Maybe they said “No, I’m just waiting, thank you.”


  4. I love photos and illustrations of wire dress mannequins, I have one in my hallway. When the video talked about wiping your nose and throwing the tissues on the floor I thought of my mother, lol.
    Although ice fishing isn’t so odd to people who live up north, it amazes me when the ice melts and they’re still out there. Here’s my entry (I’m not sure how to do a pingback on Blogger for WP)


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