Cee’s Oddball Photo Challenge 2015, Week 46…iPad oddballs

Posted: November 15, 2015 in Cee's Photo Challenges
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All these oddball photos were taken with my iPad in the days when our phones still looked as though they could beam us up to the Enterprise. Carrying an iPad was harder than slipping a phone into my purse, but it did take great photos.

Here’s an oddball thing about me: I love Friday the 13th. 13 was my softball number for years by choice. So I enjoyed this month!

A restaurant in Cleveland’s Little Italy was using this as an eye-catching display. It worked.

copyright janet m. webb 2012

Outdoor decorations at our cabin in Wyoming’s mountains are a bit different than you might find in the city.

copyright janet m. webb 2012

Before I took this shot, these were completely covered with ivy. I laboriously cut all the vines at the bottom of the tree, then after they died, pulled them off away from the tree as high as I could reach with a ladder. It was quite a job. In the meantime, I think I spotted Jack climbing up. But if he came back down before I pulled away the vines, I never spotted him. Maybe the giants kept him.

copyright janet m. webb 2012

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Comments
  1. Leya says:

    Wow…they are all really…odd. Love the tomatoes!

  2. I. Greenwald says:

    🙂 Not sure about the skull but I do like that you like the 13th. Love that tomato “Tree”. 🙂

  3. Cee Neuner says:

    Your odd balls, Janet, are so wonderful this week. I really like your first photo of the tomatoes.

  4. I do love that stand of tomatoes – I would love to have one

  5. True examples of oddball photography…Great response to the challenge.

  6. I brought a skull home from Mexico. They are rare up north because it melted or rotted up here. Nice collection 🙂

  7. Lindy Le Coq says:

    I’m a Friday the 13th girl too, although what happened in France on this one sends shivers up my spine. Still, my husband and I were married on a Saturday, September 13, so it is a special date!

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