This week Cee has asked us to share photos with an “X anywhere in the word or our primary photo subject needs to be shaped like the letter X.”
This railroad sign was spotted in a basement bar in Okemah Oklahoma.
For the final photo, I was attempting to take a picture of my puppy…but inadvertently focused on the fencing and the X
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A fire Hydrant impersonating a human! That seems odd to me.
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When I read “outdoor” walls I immediately thought of this cliff wall that I saw in Skagway Alaska.
When visiting new places I enjoy walking through the alley ways and seeing what the typical tourist does not see.
Alley in Okemah Oklahoma
Indoor wall, decorated with signs.
Brick Street Cafe – Okemah Oklahoma
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“This week, use your camera to discover the endless variety that one thing can contain.”
I took these photos several months ago in a friend’s art studio. At the time I had no idea if I would ever use them for anything. But I loved the colors and the various sizes of chalk lined in the wooden box.
Now The Daily Post is asking for “…endless variety of one thing.” My mind immediately went to these photos.
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Starts with a W and must have 2 vowels….
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This week’s challenge is “Silence”…to me a tree standing alone in a field represents solitude, silence and even peace.
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We frequently take trips to West Texas to visit family. I enjoy stopping to take photos of abandon buildings, store fronts and houses.
This is a building in Tahoka Texas.
It is an abandon grocery store. If you look closely at the weather worn painting on the side of the building you can make out, Piggly Wiggly. This is a grocery store chain mostly found in the south of the United States. I was actually surprised to learn that this chain still exists. I guess because I’ve never seen an open one.
On the opposite side of the building was a weather worn painting I really liked.
I actually think the weathered look adds to the appearance of the painting.
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