It’s been a while since I’ve participated in this challenge, which also happens to be my favourite of Cee’s challenges. Let’s see where Which Way is taking us today.
A grueling ferry trip across a short expanse of sea and we’re in Catembe in Maputo. The last time I was there the ferry was packed with cars, trucks, lorries, and people. A bit too crowded for me, but the day we spent in Catembe was soulful and memorable.
Namibia is one of my favourite places on earth, and Swakopmund my happy place when I’m there. At the bottom end of town next to the lighthouse is a craft and curio market. Swakopmund has tar roads but the vast majority are salt roadways, like this one.
Musical steps at a restaurant in Joburg, they didn’t play music, but I suspect that those are song lyrics on them.
This challenge is all about capturing the roads, walks, trails, rails, steps, etc. we move from one place to another on. You can walk on them, climb them, drive them, ride on them, as long as the specific way is visible. Any angle of a bridge is acceptable as are any signs.
I have opted for the urban ‘which ways’ this week, and a store sign – they also count.
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Late afternoon in Johannesburg’s rainy streets in summer.
A store sign – the drought is taking its toll on the supply of blemish-free fruits and vegetable. I, for one, don’t mind.
The gorgeous Oriente train station in Lisbon (Gare do Oriente).
Berlin streets in Autumn.
Entered in Cee’s Which Way Photo Challenge. Click on the link to see more photos on this theme.
Mozambican-born Portuguese South African; reflecting on travel, writing, editing, life, family and change that has social impact; chief wide eyed in wanderer, wonderer and bottlewasher