Cee’s Fun Foto

Colorful Buildings

Hindu Temple, Signapore

Each week Cee challenges us to share photos based on an inspiring prompt. This week we’re challenged to share photos with orange and/or green in them, hence the photos above that I took last weekend at a laundromat in Chicago.

From the Night of 1000 Jack o’Lanterns
Mosque, Singapore

To join the fun, you just need to check what the new prompt is at Cee’s Photography. Create a post and link or ping back to her blog.

You can see this week’s prompt here.

New Mexico
Spirit Houses, Thailand
A house, Indonesia

Which Way Challenge

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The Which Way Challenge, that Cee began, has been picked up by the Alive and Trekking blogger.  The beauty of it is that it’s free form. You can include images of doors, gates, roads, streets, exits, signs, paths, waterways, you name it.

See more Which Way photos by clicking here.

Sepia Saturday

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Selling. This week’s prompt inspired me to share some photos of people selling things. Enjoy.

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National Archives, 1909

Selling newspapers

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N. Y. Public Library, 1939

Selling fish

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National Library of Ireland, 1916

Grocer

If you’d like to see more Sepia Saturday photos, click here.

Travel Theme: On Display

Where’s My Backpack’s travel theme this week is “On Display”. I love taking photos of markets so this was fairly easy.

In Luoyang

No matter where you go, there’s always something for sale somewhere. The items on display in local stores are often evocative of the flavours and aesthetics of the culture you’re in and make for really interesting photographs. Here are some examples of displays I have photographed around and about.

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Sepia Saturday

This week’s Sepia Saturday prompt has to do with shopping. I found these two photos in the National Library of Ireland’s Flickr collection.

In Waterford, Part of a Window Display Competition ca. 1930

Fresh Meat, Feb. 25, 1916

Actually, it looks more sanitary than what they have down the street and around town. I’ll get some photos and post them for you by tonight.