All of these photos were pulled out of my archives.

Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge – Outdoor Ways to Move.

Jump in the back of this old pickup truck and take a ride in the parade.
Kayaking along the St. Johns River. Frank and my youngest daughter, Kaela. This was many years ago.
Human motoring around the pool. My granddaughter when she was a toddler. She will be 15 this year.
Boat needs a little cleaning and a motor. The reflection was perfect.
Pony ride anyone?

8 Comments on “CEE’S BLACK AND WHITE PHOTO CHALLENGE – Outdoor Ways to Move

    • Thank you. I think I forgot to put what I was thinking. Up or down the road, river and pool. And the horse how you go up and down in the saddle. I don’t know if that was construed. 😊


  1. Great pictures in black and white! I really like the charming old car with a little splash of color, the lovely smile from your granddaughter when she was a toddler and the beautiful horse.

    Thank you so much for choosing to follow my blog, I do the same with you.
    Greetings from Malta & Take care! 🌞

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