Signage – “Sign, sign, everywhere a sign!”
All of the photographs on this post were taken on a foggy February morning in the year 2020. Recently re-discovered, I felt certain that they’d make a good show for Jez Braithwaite’s Reflections and Water Water Everywhere challenges.
This is just one of a whole series of photographs that I took yesterday at one of my favorite haunts, Weems Creek. I didn’t even know about the new challenge, Reflections, or that it was incorporated into the Water Water Everywhere Challenge, both hosted by Jez Braithwaite who is a great photographer.
Many thanks to Jez Braithwaite for hosting the Water Water Everywhere Challenge!
Weems Creek, March 12, 2021
Jez Braithwaite’s Water Water Everywhere Challenge #33
Would this man-made crop circle be appropriate for this challenge? With the roughly hewn cross at one end, it seems like a form of directional signage to me.
Now this photo below fits the bill 100%. There’s a bridge in the background and in the forefront we have a pier with a dock. Just look at that wonderful boat! Wouldn’t you love to hop in and go for a spin on the Chesapeake Bay? Some people have all the luck.
Any discussion of favorite places for me must begin with the Grand Canyon. While I could pepper this post with lots of amazing facts and figures about the Canyon, just look at it. There are no words to do it justice.Then there is Haleakala on the island of Maui. You are forgiven if you thought these pictures (above and below) were from a NASA mission on another planet.Closer to home, we have the glorious Chesapeake Bay. I’m afraid my skills as a photographer can’t do it justice, but I submit below in a feeble attempt to participate in the Sunday Stills challenge: Favorite Places. The estuary of the Chesapeake is vast and encompasses six states.
Weems Creek (below) is one of those spots that I visit and revisit. It’s a place where I can recharge spiritually. It’s home to a wide variety of flora and fauna.
It was a very foggy morning on February 26, 2019. Water Water Everywhere by Jez Braithwaite.