Which Way, Does Anybody Know?

Wednesday Cee posted this week’s Which Way challenge, but it took until today for me to have time to rummage through the archives and find some photos to share. Most of them are from our 2006 trip back east; a couple are from a trip to Cottage Grove, Oregon. I hope you enjoy! The criteria for this challenge are:
Please, note that there is no specific theme for this challenge. Your entry simply needs to be some sort of Which Way. The possibilities are endless. Here is a list of possible subjects for you to keep in mind as you are out on photo shoots.

Roads: gravel, asphalt, cobbled, dirt, freeway, expressway, highway
Indoor Walkways: hallways, aisles, people movers
Bridges (any view)
Sidewalks, Paths, Trails
Stairs, elevators, escalators, or steps: indoors, outdoors
Railway Tracks
Runways
Signs of any kind: directional, informational, store signs
Parking lots, Private driveways
Tunnels
Wind Vanes
Maps that are posted as signs
Any photo taken from your windshield or within your vehicle or public transportation

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Hmmm, straight ahead looks a bit threatening, don’t you think? This was somewhere back east, but right at this moment, I do not recall exactly where. That old CRS thing, you know.

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This is the street going past the little motel we stayed in in Stonington, Maine. That was such a delightful little town, and the motel room was small but had everything we needed, was clean and comfy.

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Another one of those “somewhere back east” photos – obviously the way to go is not across this bridge anymore.

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The bridge going from Stonington to Deer Isle

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I think this was someone’s driveway, but I just had to pull in aways and get a picture of those trees lining the road!

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Up and down and around we go

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Okay, now I’m really confused! Which way, which way? Does anybody know for sure?

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These two covered bridges are from Cottage Grove, Oregon. Lovely little town.

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And this? A bridge over troubled waters. Somewhere.

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11 Responses to Which Way, Does Anybody Know?

  1. Lovely autumn colours in the fifth one 🙂

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  2. I can’t even begin to pick a favorite — they’re all excellent photographs. What a virtual tour you’ve shared! And I got to enjoy it all from the comfort of my home. Thank you!

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  3. Trisha says:

    Great photos! I am completely enchanted with that little street in Maine. I’ve got to get out there one of these days. I just hope I wouldn’t have to cross that bridge to Deer Isle. That looks terrifying!

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  4. Heather says:

    Great “Which Way” shots! I’ve always wanted window boxes like those in your Maine-stay. And while I’m at it, a covered bridge. Those are lovely. And that tree-lined driveway. I’ll settle for your photos 🙂

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  5. I love your Which Way challenge photos from “back east.” Do you think that first picture might be from the Devil’s Den area of Gettysburg, in Pennsylvania? It looks familiar to me and Gettysburg is what I’m thinking. I love the fall colors on the east coast, and the covered bridges are fabulous. Even the one in Oregon! 🙂

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  6. Cee Neuner says:

    Carol your photos looks so inviting. Your covered bridges are great!! thanks for playing again this week!

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  7. Robin says:

    I really enjoyed this, Carol. 🙂

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  8. lisa says:

    LOL! That first shot should be titled, “Let’s go the OTHER way….quickly!” I love the quaint town with the flower boxes. So cute. Lots of different bridges from which to choose. All great shots!

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  9. Kathy says:

    I felt a bit dizzy with all this “which way” turning and coming and going. Lots of great pictures here.

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