Inspired by Cee’s B&W Photo Challenge: Fences & Gates
Everywhere you go these days, there is a NO sign.
No school. No work. No library. No restaurant. No coffee shop. No toilet paper…..
No. No. No.
We all back away.
When I attended the Newport Folk Festival in 2009, the site was surrounded by a fence designated to keep attendees from swimming in the harbor. Probably for their own good. Isn’t that what all good fences are for? Protection. Safety. Whether we like it or not.
It appeared to be somewhat flimsy, but a barrier nonetheless. I never saw a swimmer, so I assume it worked.
A visible barrier against a visible risk.
Nancy Merrill is hosting a photo challenge. The theme this week – Black & White
IN A NEW POST CREATED FOR THIS CHALLENGE, SHARE A BLACK AND WHITE PHOTO OR TWO (OR MORE).
Many years ago, my son and I spent a week together driving from one southern state to another. Visiting potential colleges.
One college campus per day. Tours. Info sessions. More questions than answers. Trying to decide which one was best…for him.
Not an easy time in a teenager’s life.
Or his parents’.
Cee’s Challenge topic this week is Black and White
(only 46 days until Spring…)