Oddball Challenge: February 11, 2018

By: sonofabeach96

Feb 16 2018

Category: Uncategorized


Focal Length:3.3mm
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Time for this week’s Oddball Photo Challenge from Cee’s Photography.


Here’s my take on it:



My songs of the day are not themed today.  These are just…because:

“Medicine” by Quiet Hollers

“About Today” by The National

“Too High” by Moon Taxi

“Dear Life” by Beck

“No Roots” by Alice Merton

“Cumberland Gap” by David Rawlings feat. Gillian Welch

“Find Yourself” by Lucas Nelson

“If We Were Vampires” by Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit

26 comments on “Oddball Challenge: February 11, 2018”

  1. Love kids, but donkeys get the prize today ; )

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  2. I like the zombie nun. I know, there is something wrong with me.

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  3. haha these are truly odd and wonderful

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  4. I am fascinated by the nun. I can’t figure out whether to be terrified or fascinated. Maybe both.

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  5. These are wonderful photos for odd ball. 😀

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  6. I’ll go sideways to your songs, in order:

    Cocaine by Eric Clapton.
    About the Weather by some bad band in 1982–have to look it up.
    Dear God by Elton John.
    Too Shy Shy by Kajagoogoo.
    Come Sail Away by Styx (works better with no roots–)
    Down On Cripple Creek (got to be near Cumberland Gap, right?)
    Right Here, Right Now–you know the one I mean, from the 90s
    If I Were Your Vampire by Marilyn Manson.

    And I’ll raise you:
    Gutter Glitter by Switchblade Symphony.
    The Bewlay Brothers by David Bowie.
    Stomp! by The Brothers Johnson.

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  7. Okay, funny and clever oddballs! Great answer to the challenge given!

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  8. Finger puppets!!! Those are creepy though 🙂

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