The past few weeks have been so crazy that I managed to select photos for the Bridges challenge, but never found the time to post them.
Ans today is the last day of the signs one, which I must confess I wanted to create even before I knew Cee would post a challenge about it.
So here it goes, 2 galleries, one for each subject.
So we cross:
Somewhere in Arizona…
Devil’s Bridge in Sedona. I did not dare to cross it, although there were some people doing it.
Red Bridge in Central Oregon
A green one and a red one, Central Oregon
From a different angle, Central Oregon
Bridge structure, Central Oregon
Just past below the ‘high’ ends of 520 floating bridge, Lake Washington, WA
520 Floating Bridge touching the water, Lake Washington, WA
Crossing our ways:
We could see some nice creatures crossing our ways on the roads, like deers…
… a combination of horses and people,…
… sasquatches… Wait! WHAT????
and geeks! (Oh, I see tons of those creatures indeed!)
Sometimes bigger vehicles that have more priority than us…
or smaller vehicles that also have more priority than us. Although… in this sign they’re actually the ones being warned about us!
Today, my contribution to the Thursday Lingering Look at Windows shows the window and the view from the hotel room we stayed in recently on a trip to California.
I’m participating in LetsBeWild.com’s Wild Weekly Photo Challenge.
This week’s Challenge is: Birds of a Feather!
I’m not a bird photographer, but lately I’ve been at least trying to get non-blurred pictures of them.
Here are a few, from which my favorite one is the last one.
This week’s Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge is about paths made for walking.
One of my favorite activities is to walk. And I try to go for walks every week day during lunch time.
Around my office building there are a few different trails. Some are of gravel, some are paved. And my favorite is one that goes through a small woods.
And that’s the one I’ll be featuring here:
Along side the road, a gravel trail that leads to the woody part
In the woods
Wooden bridge on a swampy area
At some point, we can take a detour
Much narrower and of dirt
That leads back into the gravel trail a bit farther
This week’s Photo Challenge there is Up.
I’m short, so I’m actually most of the time looking up anyways, but sometimes, I really need to turn my head up. And those times were the ones I decided to show here.
Looking up the Trump Tower, NYC
Looking up the ball field!
Looking up Space Needle at night
Long tree trunks
Hi there, mister Washington!
Loiking up the tree
I’m participating in the online adventure travel and outdoor photography magazine Wild Weekly Photo Challenge for bloggers.
This week’s Challenge is: Mountains!
Those pictures were taken with my HTC 8x phone on a trip to take my daughter to her first ski class.