The byways of our travels always take us to places that surprise us, comfort us, delight us, and often scare us. Find more Which Way routes at https://ceenphotography.com/2017/08/18/cees-which-way-photo-challenge-august-18-2017/
Which way do we go today as we explore San Miguel de Allende, Mexico? The destination is not important, but the trip is. Cee’s Which Way Photo Challenge encourages us to wander and explore. More Which Way photos at https://ceenphotography.com/2017/08/11/cees-which-way-photo-challenge-august-11-2017/ You wander the walkways with no destination in mind. Evening settles softly on San… Continue reading Wander Without a Destination–CWWPC
Walkways, sidewalks, paths, streets, roads, trails…they all lead us somewhere, and in unique ways. Some wind, some meander, some are straight, some narrow, some wide. Each offering an insight into the world around us. Enjoy other byways at https://ceenphotography.com/2017/07/07/cees-which-way-photo-challenge-july-7-2017/
Cee’s Which Way Photo Challenge is all about roads, paths, trails, signs, and the list goes on. This week’s contributions to the challenge includes street signs, and street obstacles in our small community. Live Oak trees are revered in our town and even if they are in the middle of streets, they remain and traffic… Continue reading Cee’s Which Way Around Trees?
Cee’s Which Way Photo Challenge is always fun for me to find roadways and walkways in my archives or shoot some new ones. Here are this week’s contribution. And I know you are wondering about the last picture…but I think even ladders can represent a path to greater heights. https://ceenphotography.com/2017/05/19/cees-which-way-photo-challenge-may-19-2017/ … Continue reading Which Way to Go? How High to Climb?
Steps of struggle, love, weariness, anticipation, acceptance, determination, endurance, hope, and joy have smoothed the cobbled streets and sidewalks of San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. https://narami.wordpress.com/2016/09/13/tuesdays-of-texture-week-38-of-2016/
Sidewalks. Most towns have them, and at one time most residents insisted on them. But, maybe that was before people stopped walking to and from place to place, and instead get in their cars to drive 3 blocks to the grocery store. Sidewalks were considered a necessity in early day America since walking in the streets was a muddy,… Continue reading Where’s the Demand for Sidewalks?