Photo challenges are a fun way to engage other bloggers, hone your skills of imagination and creativity, and share some fun scenes. There is a new host to the Which Way Photo Challenge and I am going to hop on board with a submission. So, here goes:
This photo and the one beneath it were both taken at Effigy Mounds National Monument in Iowa. The way you go dictates what you see. The “mounds” are ancient Native American Burial grounds that if seen from above, are often in the shape of an animal.
Which way will the train run? North or South?
A canal in Delft, The Netherlands in the fall of 2016. Narrow passage means one way? Which way? We don’t know. We did not get to see a boat on the canal.
Will the bridge take you into or out of the city? Maybe both? It depends on which way you are headed! Home and/or work could be in either direction!
This photo is included because there were no clear directions to reach this set of three windmills outside of The Hague in the Netherlands. They are still occupied as residences and not part of the larger Kinderdijk Windmill site. I kept asking my son, “which way?”
If you’d like to submit to the One Way Photo Challenge, now hosted by sonofabeach96, use this clickable link to find the submission requirements! Thanks for your interest!