THE WHICH WAY CHALLENGE – UP DOWN OR ALONG THE SIDE

Cee’s Which Way Photo Challenge – June 9, 2017

Stairs to the Tea Party Museum, Boston Wharf

The wharf in Boston, walkways

Striding the deck

Ramps and wharves over the water

Old (now demolished) bridge over the Blackstone – A graphic presentation



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13 replies

  1. These definitely made me ask which way!

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  2. Lovely and historical! Thanks for sharing.

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  3. A very interesting collection of photos. The last one of the old bridge is naturally unique. I often wish I had taken photos of places that no longer exist.

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    • I didn’t know they were going to pull it down. I knew it needed repair, but i figured they’d just bolster it with new beams. Instead, they completely tore it down. You never know when something’s going to disappear 🙂

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  4. What a wonderful series of photos! I love the color photos most, but I always say I don’t see in black and white!

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    • I like the line drawings in black and white. They remind me of old wood carvings … but I’m really enjoying trying out a lot of different filters. Especially since I have such a huge number of pictures that are still — sometimes years after being shot — waiting to be processed! It’s nice to find something interesting to do with them!

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  5. The black and white ones really give a sense of times past.
    Leslie

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  6. Oh Marilyn, I really like your which ways for this week. Thanks. 😀

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    • I actually spent last night trying to find pictures I hadn’t used before or which I felt needed a new process. I’m finding going back and working through pictures I took a year or two ago is proving very interesting. I have more than 100,000 pictures and I’m pretty sure that more than half of them — probably a LOT more than half of them — are just sitting there, new 🙂

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