Cee’s Oddball Photo Challenge-2016 Week 33

By: sonofabeach96

Aug 22 2016

Category: Uncategorized

12 Comments

Aperture:f/2.4
Focal Length:4.28mm
ISO:50
Shutter:1/444 sec
Camera:iPhone 4S

It’s time again for the Oddball Photo Challenge from Cee’s Photography.

Here’s take on it:

$35 for good flippers?  Great deal!:

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The risk of coastal living:

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Dredging the channel:

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Careful, protect your sealife, please:

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7-year Cicada’s…a shell of their former self:

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My my songs of the day are:

“Lack of Water” by The Why Store

“Play Your Part” by French Horn Rebellion

“Cicada Rock” by Southern Culture On The Skids

“Flow” by Cage The Elephant

“Swimming Lesson” by The Eels

“Underground” by Tim Krekel and The Groovebillies

“You Only Live Once” by The Strokes

“Might Storm” by The Duhks

12 comments on “Cee’s Oddball Photo Challenge-2016 Week 33”

  1. Ah the cicadas are deafening! And it’s such a herald of Summer’s end. 😞

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  2. First picture…. maybe the flippers are okay, but I wouldn’t get on an Oceanic Airlines flight if I were you. Especially if it’s flight # 815… (And I really hope you get the reference…) 🙂

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  3. Wonderful odd ball photos for this challenge. 😀

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  4. Hello my friend…as always love the pictures…I am guessing I might have to change my foot ball team to the Az Cardinals…hummmm might give them a chance….LOL hope your enjoying the last days of summer….kat

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  5. This post is wonderful for this week’s challenge. Thanks so much for playing.

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