The challenge this week is Transportation. What a great theme! I had quite a few pictures to choose from and could not make up my mind, so I thought I’d share a few different modes of transportation!
A cruise ship is such a fun form of transportation! I took this shot from the cruise ship I was on, in Ft. Lauderdale, FL at the end of our cruise.
Fishing boat and bridge
I took this shot from an airplane window, it’s a fishing boat going under the Cheasepeake Bay Bridge that spans Maryland and Virginia (it’s a loooooong bridge and tunnel!)
This shot was taken at Castle Island in Boston, MA. Logan Airport is across the water, and you can see many planes landing and taking off from there. Wolf hates this place just for that reason; I think seeing such big things overhead bothers him!
There’s something so interesting about watching a train go by; I love to hear the plaintive whistle waaaaay off in the distance. This one, of course, is little and mainly decorative. I took this shot in Meredith, NH.
Horse and rider
A very old style of transportation, that is now mostly done for pleasure! Took this one at Salisbury Beach, MA.
The automobile. It makes life much more convenient, but also pollutes our atmosphere something wicked. When I was searching for photos I’d taken of cars, I noticed these two were the same type of car!
unkempt (Marblehead, MA)
well kept! (Union College, Schenectady, NY)
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Here’s last Wednesday’s picture:
This is what it was cropped from:
My cousin (who, btw, came thru her surgery with flying colors and is resting comfortably and looking vaguely pirate-like) calmly and logically stated: “It’s a thread against skin.“, and as you can see, she was right! rampantbicycle was the only other one to guess correctly: “A white thread?“. I loved Monique’s answer, tho: “…it could be the ethereal filament holding you to your soul mate…“. Love the imagery of that!
And you can all blame Carmen for this, as she asked: “Could the clue be any smaller? “. Sure, Carmen, no problem at all!
So this week…
what is it?
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