PBC (November 2014): Where the streets have no name
Who comes up with these themes?
Well, I had grand thoughts for this theme myself. And in the end, I failed miserably. So much so that I had to scramble on Thanksgiving Day to finish up some photos. You see, the thoughts I had were fine… but with a packed month and me losing my mind.
Where the streets have no name. Really? What was I thinking?
Still, I actually like what I came up with. I went on a walk with my niece and we came up with some ideas together and i like the direction this all went. That being said, I’d rather not wait until the last second again!
Needless to say, another month is down and I am truly excited to see what people had to come up with for this one. December’s theme will be much easier, I assure you. And I’ve heard from several people who seem like they are ready to join up, so that’s a good thing.
I’m also going to do my best to reach out to some who have participated in the past and see if they might want to join in this month. That theme will be unveiled Monday, so make sure you come back and see. Or watch the Facebook group and I’ll try and remember to update that on time!
Anyway, enough rambling. It’s time for me to share my five images. Let’s see if I can do anything with this one a last-second rush!
1. Snowy Street
Thought the street may have a name, when it’s snowy and such, sometimes it’s easy to miss names with the peacefulness this brings.
2. Traveling along
The lines of major roads can quickly make you forget the road on which you are traveling.
3. Stop. Continue.
One way. Or stop? Or both.
The street has a name… but if you aren’t paying attention, you might miss where you need to go with the snow.
5. Follow the street
You may not know the street you are on, but know a curve is coming.
That’s my five for the month. And, now it’s your turn.
If you took part this month, make sure you link up below. And for those who participated, make sure you try and get to other people’s blogs and comment and visit so we can continue to grow this challenge. Don’t forget, too, to come back and visit on Monday, December 1 and see the theme for December!
NOTE: I set up a Facebook group for those who participate in the challenge and are interested. I’ll post any announcements there and hopefully it can be a place where things are discussed and some interaction etc. You can access it here.
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