It always thrills me to see a new challenge pop up in my inbox. I’m one of those people that needs a nudge and that’s what these things do for me. Aside from the fact that I get to browse and visit other blogs which gives me the opportunity to live and learn, I get the push I need to get out there and broaden my photographic horizons. I have a lot of livin’ and a whole lot of learnin’ to do. Apparently I don’t take too many road pictures, so there’s work to be done. In the meantime…
OK. So the road at the shore is missing, but it’s there. I promise. Under all the rain that fell not too long ago. And my husband took that shot. Also, the last photo of our house, well, I have to give my son credit for that shot. See what I mean. Work to be done.
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LOVE the clock photo- great job 🙂 I know what you mean about needing a nudge. Since I am taking a semester off from Photography school, I am taking this time to do creative photo challenges I WANT to do instead of what I HAVE to do. I find it much more enjoyable this way. Look forward to your posts!
Thank you, Chelsea. Photography school? Lucky you. That’s something I’m contemplating, while my wallet continues to fight me every step of the way. I look for ward to seeing you again. 🙂
Hahaha yes semester off because of constraints on my wallet. Being an art student can get very very expensive and being unemployed like I am, it makes it that much more difficult. You should keep looking into it, it is very interesting!
I love your car sitting there all alone. So cute. Would it have killed you to go back to Haddon Avenue 2 hours and 45 minutes later?
You are insane! 10:10 – all bout you kiddo! LOL. Anyway, I don’t drive in the dark. Or at least I try not to. And people that value their lives should stay off the road when it’s dark and I’m behind the wheel. 😉
I take it you keep a dingy at your shore house to replace your vehicle after a nasty storm ? 🙂
A kayak, but that’s another story. 😉
Challenges are fun and I too learn a lot from them as well.. Great photos!
Thank you, Roberta. Never knew about layering til I saw your blog. I used an app, but still. Maybe I will graduate to an official computer program someday. :-). I hope so.
Love this, feels like getting to know you…
Nice way of looking at it 🙂
That rainy window looks kinda familiar, and how cute is that clock!
I know, right? It realty is a lovely avenue. Thanks, Jo. 🙂
Thanks for the tour of your familiar roads, Gemma. Your house looks lovely, and your little car is so cute. 🙂
Thanks, ad. Ya gotta work with what you got ;-).
You did a great job, Gemma.
Beautiful scenery in these roads. Wonderful entry!!!
Thank you, Cee.
beautiful collection of road photographs.
Many thanks, Iñigo.
It’s so much fun to see what you come up with for these themes!
Fun. One of my intentions. 😉
I just hope you like them.
Third shot down on the left side: “Tracks Leading to Nowhere”; tops.
If I had to pick, I knew you’d like that one. 🙂
The challenges are just that aren’t they Gemma … Such a good opportunity and incentive to see things perhaps we take for granted in a different light and put a nice spin on it all 🙂