Another thing Vic Moore taught me, was to keep an eye out for the absurd: things, items, places, situations — find the fun and the lesson in what is everywhere around us — revel with the odd balls of life!
As I walked through Newport, Washington USA, this building slowed my pace. I wondered what the original purpose had been — what other enterprises had occupied this structure — how did it end up like this?
Thanks to Cee Nunner, those of us with a bit of whimsy (and in this case curiosity) have a place to show our odd ball work!
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I often have the same thoughts when I see older buildings left like this one – I also find them to be charming, seems they have so many stories to tell:)
Yes! Something tells me this was a school administration office or an alternative school — the emphasis on NO SMOKING is my clue!
Great odd balls for the week. Thanks for playing.
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Congratulations on having your images featured by Cee, well don!
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Thanks for featuring my entry this week, Cee! I’ll keep playing!!
That is building made very odd by the signs! Congratulations on being selected by Cee this week!! 🙂
Wow, the oddity! I like it. Congratulations on being featured by Cee!
Thank you! Cee’s challenges are always fun and challenging!
Pleasure! That’s true!