The twenty-second prompt for the challenge was easy and interesting: pick a color then share seven interesting images featuring that color. It took a while, of course, because I have a whole lotta images stored around here.
This is what I came up with:
I’d been trying to visit what RoadsideAmerica.com calls the Giant Lurking Indian since a failed attempt in 2015 when it was just too dang hot to venture into the city of Richmond, Virginia on my bike.
I stayed overnight in Rockport during a solo road trip to Maine in 2008.
There’s nothing quite like souvenir shops in beach towns when it comes to finding tacky t-shirts. This was in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware.
I’d only had my bike for about a month and a half when that picture was taken.
That pic was captured in 2014 during a trip to San Diego.
I’m a sucker for cool wall murals on blue-sky days. Don’t you just love the shadow? That’s also San Diego, but it was during our first trip to that city in 2012.
In the western part of the US, things are big. Not just the states, the mountains, the trees, the canyons, the rivers, etc.
That last image was captured in 2007 at a state park somewhere between Moscow and Coeur d’Alene, Idaho.
That’s the end of my blue exhibit.