Wheel Inside The Wheel

Day 130 -May 10, 2019

Wheels – Weekly Photo / Chutes and Ladders – Cee’s Black & White / Weekend in B&W / Crosshairs – FOWC / Eyebrow – RDP / Obvious – WODC 

Not sure what was/is going on this week.  Motivation just hasn’t been strong to post.  There isn’t really anything keeping me from not posting every day but why do I feel a sense of guilt when I am consider taking a day off?  But I am still here.  And I am posting a photo I took today, with the wheels of a canon in my viewfinders crosshairs. My black and white is from Spongebob the musical from a NYC trip I took a year ago.  Cee’s prompt was chutes and ladders and the first thing I thought of, without raising an eyebrow, was this set for this show.  The set reminded me so much of a combination of chutes and ladders (the game) and Mousetrap.  It was an obvious choice despite the fact I took it a year ago.  Now to figure how to shake this funk!

Look What I Found

Looking for Some Light

6 Replies to “Wheel Inside The Wheel”

  1. Your black and white has so many wonderful shapes – lines and circles, cogs and wheels – and great contrast, too! I’m glad you were able to post.

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      1. That’s so odd! For some reason comments can be marked as Spam, but I always check – just in case. I’ve no idea what’s going on.

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