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Cee’s Photo Challenge: Which Way in Brisbane

The city center of Brisbane, Australia offers many modes and routes of transportation: foot, vehicle or boat and bridge, highway or river.


Cee’s Which Way Photo Challenge

Bicycle/Pedestrian Path in Puebla, Mexico



Cee’s Oddball Challenge #48: All Spiffed Up

Mexican grasshopper outfitted in true Mexican style!


Cee’s Which Way Photo Challenge: Aug. 31

At low tide the steep descent down to the floating dock looks a little precarious!


But what’s really scary is going back up!

Photos taken in Homer, Alaska

Cee’s Photo Challenge: Contrast Colors

Contrasting colors in Oaxaca? Too easy.  Oaxaca is awash with bold color combinations. It could be the birthplace of color contrasts! A one hour walk around El Centro provided more photo ops than I imagined.  I did not have to find them – they found me!


Click on any photo for a slide show

If you just can’t decide what color to use…why not use them all!


Photo taken in San Martín Tilcajete



Throughout the day and even at sunset, the colors that surround us are intensified by the beautiful Oaxaca blue sky.




Cee’s Odd Ball Challenge week #10

In Pátzcuaro, Mexico, there is no evil!


Cee’s Oddball Challenge #7: Cow on the Wall


On the rump of the cow it says “Why do you eat me?”
Guadalajara, Mexico

Cee’s Oddball Challenge #4 TEAMWORK

Standing on a street corner, chatting about the day’s destinations, a friend and I suddenly spotted a tortilla chip that was moving slowly down the sidewalk. Upon closer inspection we saw a brigade of ants lined up around the chip’s edge, toting it off to their secret hiding place.


And those riding on top…slackers or supervisors?

Cee’s Oddball Challenge: Week 3


Bucerias, Mexico

Cee’s Compose Yourself Photo Challenge: Vertical Lines

Vertical lines surround us and add visual excitement to our lives!


Hand woven decorations
Tzintzuntzan, Michoacán, Mexico


After the fire
Sterling, Alaska


Petrified waterfall
Hierve el Agua, Oaxaca, Mexico


Canela (true cinnamon) Corn husks for tamales
Mercado de la Merced, Oaxaca, Mexico

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