Cee’s Black and White Photo Challenge: Wheels…le Tour 2014

Posted: February 27, 2015 in Cee's Photo Challenges, Travel
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Yes, it’s Friday and time (eventually) for the Weekly Photo Challenge.  But as I work most of the day today and won’t get into the challenge until late afternoon/early evening, I decided I just had to have a post to tide me and you over until then.  (Do you like the way I assume you’re waiting with bated breath for my daily post?)  🙂  I just finished the 5-Day Black and White Photo Challenge, so I’m in the monochrome groove right now, plus a photo came to mind as soon as I saw the theme of “Wheels.” Turns, so to speak, out that the photo I chose is a different one, but I hope you enjoy it anyway.  🙂  It’s a memory of our time in France during Le Tour de France last July and all the decorations we saw.


  1. Great work. Love it

  2. nowathome says:

    😀 You always make me smile! Must say I also missed looking for B & W photo’s after the challenge! I like what you’ve done with this one!

  3. M E Cheshier says:

    Great pic!

  4. Cee Neuner says:

    Fabulous entry for this week’s theme. Thanks.

  5. Love the whole effect of the photo, well done 🙂

  6. sonyavdg says:

    Nice shot. A trip to Le Tour is on my bucket list

  7. words4jp says:

    this photo is tooo cool:)

  8. […] you guys, are awesome. We are having fun with the whole pun thing. Here is what Janet from This, That and The Other Thing said to me this morning: “Those ARE wheely good and as far as I’m concerned, a good pun […]

  9. rxfrazier says:

    Cool image and race souvenir. Too bad race favorites and competition for Nibali, Froome and Contador crashed out. Voigt will be missed, too. Great you had an opportunity to see them live. Also hope you can realize your down under dreams to bookend this trip. You will not be disappointed. Best wishes and luck.

    • I was also sad not to see Cavendish, even though he would have been near the end of a mountain stage. I love the sprints and he’s exciting to watch. But it was a blast, even though we missed Froome and Contador. As for Voigt, he’s one of a kind and will definitely be missed. Thanks for the visit and comment.