Cabin fever is this week’s Word Prompt so see more at https://weeklyprompts.com/2019/02/13/word-prompt-cabin-fever/ Not to be a spoiler, but in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico cabin fever isn’t in our vocabulary. Visitors and residents spend countless hours outside: working, walking, playing, relaxing, visiting, buying, selling, photographing, living. Part of this ‘under the sun’ lifestyle is due to… Continue reading Cabin Fever
Which Way Photo Challenge is all about pathways, walkways, stairs, highways, byways, airways, and here is my contribution for this week’s entry. You will find many more at https://ceenphotography.com/2018/01/12/cees-which-way-photo-challenge-january-12-2018/
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/
Sometimes the way is clear, Sometimes the way is shady, And sometimes the way is out of sight! Thanks Cee for hosting the weekly Cee’s Which Way Photo Challenge. Skip over and check out more which way photos at: Cee’s Which Way Photo Challenge – April 7, 2017
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?