WATERY WHICH WAYS

Cee’s Which Way Photo Challenge – September 28, 2016


Having spent much of last week by the water in Connecticut, we have a lot of pictures. Pretty much all of them show water. By the dock, in front of the dock. All this week’s ways are watery.

Photo: Garry Armstrong

Photo: Garry Armstrong

Photo: Marilyn Armstrong

Photo: Marilyn Armstrong

Photo: Garry Armstrong

Photo: Garry Armstrong

Photo: Marilyn Armstrong

Photo: Marilyn Armstrong

Photo: Garry Armstrong

Photo: Garry Armstrong

Cee which way photo challenge



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  1. It’s a picture of another life now that fall is here. Nice to contemplate the water and “which way”.
    Leslie

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    • There are always a lot of watery ways around here because of how the rivers twist and turn through the valley. In the past, the rivers WERE the ways. Not now, but the canals and the rivers were the primary “roads” for many years, until finally came the railroad. Now, the railroad is almost defunct and we are all road and cars. I’m not sure it’s an improvement.

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  2. Marilyn wonderful watery which ways. That blue looks so marvelous. 😀

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  3. I would have to be careful on those watery paths, I would definitely fall in. Lovely photos.

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    • Many do. Intentionally or otherwise 😀

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    • And people do. One of the funny things we were were doing was swapping tales of how many times we have all missed that step and landed in the drink. Fortunately, we all swim. Except Garry. He can splash and sometimes get a few feet before he starts to sink. The rest of us would all have to jump in and save him, so we make him wear a life vest. Actually, we ALL wear life vest, at least on the dinghy. Because knowing how to swim isn’t always enough … a lesson I learned under terrifying circumstances many years ago.

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