Which Way Challenge, January 4, 2017

By: sonofabeach96

Jan 06 2017

Category: Uncategorized


Focal Length:3.3mm
Shutter:1/0 sec
Camera:iPod touch

Time for this week’s Which Way Photo Challenge from Cee’s Photography.

Here’s my drive-home-yesterday-in-the-first-snow-of-the-season take on it:

School-house curve was clear:


Almost home, roads still clean:


Comin’ into Bloomfield…smooth sailin’:


Our road?  No worries:


And, the snow starts comin’ down again as I cross our creek:



My songs of the day are:

“Barbarism Begins At Home” by The Smiths

“Be Quiet And Drive (Far Away)” by The Deftones

“50 Words For Snow” by Kate Bush

“Drive My Car” by The Beatles

“Home” by Marc Broussard

“Snow (Hey Oh)” by Red Hot Chili Peppers

“Rain at the Drive-In” by NRBQ

“Homegrown” by Neil Young

19 comments on “Which Way Challenge, January 4, 2017”

  1. I love the feeling of motion the first two conjure up.

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  2. I loved the last pic best; although each photo resonated with me… 😀 Thanks for your support here on wordpress. #meanstheworldandmore ~wings

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  3. Your road is my favorite but they’re all beautiful. You live in some pretty country, Beach!

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  4. The roads look so beautiful. And the ice on the sides, I wish there’s such snow where I live. Beautiful images. And I love Snow by Red hot chili peppers. 🙂 😀

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  5. These pictures are awesome especially the last one. You could actually make it into a frame💕

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  6. Wonderful snow scenes for this week’s which way. Thanks 😀

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