And so we move along from one to two.
Here are a number on a fire truck — good old number two — and several pairs of things.
I was hoping there would be a little time to go shoot outside a bit, but it’s raining and it’s going to rain a lot harder, probably very soon. No problem with dry wells this year!
Photo: Marilyn Armstrong
Pair of Woodpeckers
Photo: Garry Armstrong – Two guys fishing by the river
Bonnie and Gibbs – Two Scottish Terriers
A pair of winter boots
Green gardening gloves
A pair of Canada geese
Ah, romance … Doves
Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: 2 different things or the number 2
Two is a good number. It’s a pair of things or opposites and it’s the kind of number that likes division. A good thing in any number, don’t you think?
Old Number Two, dating back to the 1950 and currently undergoing restoration
And two more
Unrelated, opposite, or the number two.
I didn’t have any pictures of the number two … and I realized, after poking through my folders, I almost never take pictures with two subjects unless they are related. This was as close as I could get. A little house with a big boat in its driveway. Related, but mostly by ownership … and proximity. Without proximity, how could I get both items in a single photograph?
And this one from Garry seems àpropos — the powerboat passing the anchored sailboat. A parable of modern-day sailing?
CEE’S FUN FOTO CHALLENGE: TWO VERY DIFFERENT ITEMS OR THE NUMBER TWO
This is our second week of the number series . This week’s topic is Two Very Different Items or the Number Two. Feel free to dig around in your archives for photos if you don’t have anything knew you can photograph. Most of all I hope you have fun.