SIGNS AND PORTENTS: WHICH WAY PHOTO CHALLENGE

Cee’s Which Way Photo Challenge:
2015 Week #13

Welcome everyone to Cee’s Which Way Photo Challenge. This challenge’s subject is the roads, walks, trails, rails, by which we move from place to place. You can walk them, climb them, drive them, ride them — as long as the way is visible. Any angle of a bridge is acceptable, as are any signs.


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St Petersburg bridge



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13 replies

  1. Aren’t stores with that many signs on them simply stupid. Who reads them all. I like seeing your steps again….well mostly anyhow 🙂

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  2. I like the one of the steps – nice angle.

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  3. I like that last one- where was it taken and from what vantage point? So interesting!

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    • The last one is St. Peterburg (Florida) from Tampa, taken from atop the crosswalk in front of the bridge. I love the pinkish color of the stone and cement. It must be the color of the sun that time of year (March). Unfortunately, it’s an older picture, taken with a not-so-great camera. But I like it a lot, anyway.

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  4. Interesting! On the bottom photo I don’t see separate bicycle lanes anywhere. They are everywhere in the Portland metropolitan area. They spend more on these lanes than on roads here. The bicycle population is huge here. All the mass transit buses and trains have carriers for bikes. They can get annoying during rush hour.

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  5. Nice photos, where are they from? Just to know 😉

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    • The first 2 are of a small convenience store about a mile from our house. We don’t shop there much, but it’s nice if you need something small and don’t want to drive into town.

      The third one is the sidewalk in front of my doctor’s office in Needham, Massachusetts.

      The fourth picture are the steps to my deck, before the snow got too deep.

      The last one is a picture of the bridge that connects St. Petersburg, Florida and Tampa, Florida. I took it about 15 years ago. Maybe more.

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