Debbie’s Travel With Intent: One Word Sunday Challenge: Bridge
Weems Creek, Which Way Photo Challenge I’m still experiencing some growing pains. I’ve gotten past the URL copy/paste and pingback issue. Now I’m confronted with another problem. I can’t scroll through my media library for images downloaded more than a day or two ago. When I try to get the screen to scroll down, it just jumps back to the previous screen. Does that make sense? I love the Mac and it saddens me that I’ve been rewired to such an extent into a PC user!
This is my contribution to Alive and Trekking’s Which Way photo challenge.
Weems Creek, February 5, 2020.
If the landscape looks familiar to you, it may be because a cropped down version of it serves as one of the random banners that appear at the top of the page. The photo was taken on November 4, 2019. I discovered an entire folder of .jpgs that I took on that day but never edited. What a treat! It’s like Christmas came again. Over the last couple of days, I have been posting several photos from that folder. This is my submission to the Artists-Lens Challenge #80 – Leading lines.
This is my first entry for the Which Way photo challenge. I know the first photo of the sign isn’t actually directional, but I thought it was interesting, and worth sharing. The second photograph fits in the bottom of a bridge, and there is a lovely waterway, called Weems Creek, near my house, that I’ve grown to love very much. I look forward to future challenges. The criteria for inclusion is well defined, but broad enough to make it accessible to a wide range of photographers.
Thank you, Alive and Trekking! I’m now a loyal follower of your blog. I look forward to seeing others work in this area. Happy New Year!