Posted by bikerchick57 December 3, 2020 17 Comments #CBWC: Circles and Curves This week’s entry for Cee’s Black and White Photo Challenge (CBWC) is circles and curves. Entering the tunnel – Mountain Bay Trail Tribal Heritage Crossing Trail overlooking Lake Butte des Morts Sculpture honoring Harry Houdini along the Fox Trot Trail Culverts along College Avenue Wheels go ’round on the Friendship Trail Exiting the Mountain Bay tunnel Rate this:Share this:TwitterFacebookPinterestEmailTumblrLike this:Like Loading...
17 responses to #CBWC: Circles and Curves
The Harry Houdini sculpture is interesting!
That is a small part of the sculpture. If you click on the following link, you can see the entire piece.
wow. Back out after 10 years…. Thanks for the link, Mary. Interesting story.
Oh these are absolutely wonderful photos for this week’s circles and curves. Thanks for playing along 😀
You’re welcome, Cee! I enjoyed the challenge this week. 🙂
Very well done, Mary. I love the tunnels.
Thanks Dan! I’ve been on a few trails with tunnels and they are always so cool. The best one ever had former long train tunnels. A flashlight was required.
Ooooh, I’d like that. Faith and I and my brother were planning to tour an allegedly haunted train tunnel in West Virginia, near where we stay in Pittsburgh. Those plans are currently on hold 😦
I blogged about the train tunnel on that trail back in 2014. That was a great autumn bike trip.
I left a comment on that post, but I’m wondering why I’d didn’t mention the tunnels. Maybe I was reading while working, shhhh I said that never happened 🙂
Shhh…that never happened with me either.
Awesome I had a closet crush on Houdini when we studied him in school. 🙈
A closet crush, huh? Does that mean you thought him handsome or you wanted to escape from a box while under water and bound in chains? 😏
I definitely thought him handsome. Back then I was into troubled souls that needed tender care 🥺 and his bio revealed he had issues. But that mother obsession was 😱
Black and White photography is much more difficult than color. These are lovely – great contrast!
Thank you so much!