CEE’S BLACK AND WHITE PHOTO CHALLENGE – Things that are Long

Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge – Things that are Long.

Volleyball net at Carney Island Park in Ocklawaha, Florida.
Volleyball net at Carney Island, Ocklawaha, Florida.
Traffic light attached to an overpass in Jacksonville, Florida.
Long light attached to an overpass in Jacksonville, Florida
Danes Point Bridge in Jacksonville, Florida.
Danes Point Bridge in Jacksonville, Florida.
Chesser Island Boardwalk Sign at the trailhead in the Okefenokee Wildlife Refuge in South George. At the end of the boardwalk is a 4-story covered lookout tower.
Sign at the trailhead in Okefenokee Wildlife Refuge, Georgia.
Chesser Island Boardwalk at Okefenokee Wildlife Refuge in South George. At the end of the boardwalk is a 4-story covered lookout tower.
Chesser Island Boardwalk, Okefenokee Wildlife Refuge.
Alligator sitting on a log.

The log wasn’t long enough for the 2 of us. The gator wins today! This photo is for my buddy, Jim Borden who has made it apparent that he does not like alligators. Check out his website by clicking on the above link.

Cee's Black & White Photo Challenge logo.

14 Comments on “CEE’S BLACK AND WHITE PHOTO CHALLENGE – Things that are Long

  1. Excellent Okefenokee shots! I love the black and white, and especially how you made the colors pop on the Chesser Island Boardwalk sign. Thanks for sharing about this great piece of Earth, the Okefenokee! William

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    • Thanks William. It has been one of our saving graces during the pandemic. It’s only an hour away and is really special. Still looking for the red-cockaded. We thought we saw it three times but couldn’t get the binoculars up before they flew. We also heard them a couple of times but before they go on our list for the first time, we want to be absolutely positive with the ID. 😊

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      • That’s quite a ways. We’ve made several trips since April chasing that WP. We want to paddle there but my hubby broke his collarbone in March. It’s going to be a while and now with the heat, it will be a while before we get back there.

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