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Cee’s Photo Challenge: Which Way in Guanajuato

Guanajuato, Mexico


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 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 Which Way Challenge


Kids choose which way to slide in Xalapa, Veracruz, Mexico!

Cee’s Which Way Challenge


This way to salmon fishing on the Kenai River!

Soldotna, Alaska

Cee’s Which Way Challenge #16

During a recent visit to Puebla, Mexico, we noticed these strips implanted in many of the center city sidewalks. Wondering about the purpose, we came up with possibilities, none of which remotely came close to the real one. Later we saw several visually impaired people walking along at a fairly fast clip, holding extra long canes with the points following one of the grooves. Notice the perpendicular grooves which alert a person to the presence of a driveway.
Someone suggested that the strips were installed after laying cables in the sidewalks, so I don’t know if the use as a guide was original or secondary. But either way, it’s ingenious!


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