Cee’s Which Way Photo Challenge – May 4, 2018

This Which Way challenge is all about capturing the roads, walks, trails, rails, steps, signs, 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.

CWW Photo Challenge 

The possibilities for this challenge are endless. If you would like to find out more about what type of photos are allowed in this challenge or view past week’s entries, please click here.

  1. Create a Which Way post on your blog.
  2. Then add a link to your blog in my comment box.
  3. To make it easy for others to check out your photos and post, title your blog post “Cee’s Which Way Challenge” or “CWW” tag.
  4. Remember to Follow My Blog to get your weekly reminders.

There won’t ever a topic to this challenge.  All you need have is the “way” visible and the main focus of your photo.  Here is a list of acceptable “ways”:

  • Roads:  gravel, asphalt, cobbled, dirt, freeway, expressway, highway, bridges
  • Indoor walkways:  hallways, aisles, people movers
  • Outdoor walks:  sidewalks, paths, trails
  • Stairs, elevators, escalators, or steps:  indoors, outdoors
  • Railway tracks, monorails, ski lifts
  • Runways and starmacs
  • Ferry’s, canals and lochs
  • Parking lots, private driveways
  • Tunnels
  • Signs of any kind:  directional, informational, store signs, wind vanes
  • Maps that are posted as signs

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

I usually will respond to your entry on your blog, rather than on my page.

Cee’s Which Way Challenge Badge

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If you adore challenges as much as I do, please check out WordPress’s Blog Event Listing for other challenges.

My entry this week

Coos Bay Bridge from the side.

Coos Bay Bridge from inside.

Walking bridge at Ona State Beach.

Qi (energy) hugs

Cee

44 Comments

  1. I do love your green bridges in Oregon, our metal ones are sometimes a reddish brown. It’s interesting that the Pacific Northwest and Tasmania both have or had timber industries,forestry and salmon fishing.

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  2. I’m a sucker for bridge photos of any kind! And I love the Oregon History sign; it looks like Oregon City beat the Folsom Powerhouse by 6 years. 😀

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    1. This one is probably the smallest of all my challenges. But one of my favorites (okay they are all my favorites). I’m always on the look out for walkway, roadway etc. It becomes habit forming.

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