A-Z Archive: T! challenge

Tuesday’s photo challenge: the letter “T” (for example: TRAFFIC)
Brooklyn Bridge Traffic
photo by frizztext, click on the image to enter his flickr galleries
This week’s topic for our A-Z ARCHIVE Tuesday’s photo challenge: the letter “T”: introduce one photo of your own archive with a “T” keyword for example TRAFFIC (like me) or TRAINS, TOMATOES and TEAPOTS, TOKYO and THAILAND, the TITANIC or TANKS, TIBET and TRUST, TALKMASTERS or TRACTORS, TRACKS or TEARS, TANGO or TYPEWRITERS etc. – get some inspirations via my “T”-Photo-Archive at https://flickrcomments.wordpress.com/2012/05/10/t-photo-archive/ – I’m sure you’ll find a picture in your own shoe boxes to scan – tag with “A-Z Archive” and put a link on your page to my site, so we’ll get a trackback-list including your post!

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80 responses to “A-Z Archive: T! challenge

  1. Hate traffic, like the picture, mostly because I am not in it.


  2. Very nice! Reminds me a little bit of Manila with its infamous traffic jams. 🙂


  3. Will be posting our T photo in a few hours’ time, and link back here. 🙂


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  7. Here is my entry: Trains http://wp.me/p23TG1-Iu



    • hi Francine,
      when I discovered your replica of the “Funeral Train of Abraham Lincoln 1865” I had a memory flashback to my childhood: on one Xmas evening I got replicas in that size too, metal; you can’t buy this nowadays in toys shops …


  8. Hi,
    The fun of peak hour traffic. 🙂


  9. I can walk to work so luckily don’t get caught in traffic very often, this looks like a nightmare!


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    • hi Myra,
      Yamamoto Flores is a good photographer and I like all the three photos and topics and quotations – especially the last one “TRANSCENDENCE” (maybe because I’m old?):
      “It is different for us mortals. We are the ones who become old and grey. We are the ones who become worn at the seams and disappear. But not our dreams. They can live on in other people even after we have gone.” [Jostein Gaarder, The Solitaire Mystery] P.S.: I read some philosophical books of Jostein Gaarder too – in German language …


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  12. TBM

    I have been stuck in traffic like that on many occasions. So glad I don’t own a car anymore. Here is my T for the Thames.




  13. as a relative new blogger, I enjoy your challenges.


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  15. Funny, when I saw that the challenge was for “T”…I automatically thought of an image of traffic — much like the photo that greeted me at the start of this blog post.


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  18. Great photo…but ugh…traffic! Reminds of the commute I used to have to work. Glad I don’t have that now.
    Here is a “T” photo for this week’s challenge: http://creativityaroused.wordpress.com/2012/05/15/t-challenge-tulip-tenacious-texture/


  19. Love this traffic photo on that bridge. Somehow, traffic in a major metropolitan area always seems more intense on a major bridge.


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  22. oh the horrors of traffic frizz, thank goodness we live in the country now! here is my entry ‘t’ is for Train! http://wp.me/296YA


  23. Great photo, so iconic of modern city living!


  24. another song with “T”:
    T for TEXAS “T” for Tennessee, Jimmy Rodgers, Hank Williams and here: Everly Brothers:


  25. Neat shot Frizz! Traffic jam perhaps, but certainly more orderly than around here 🙂


  26. I know you’ve already seen this at my place but I was waiting for the T Challenge for others to enjoy. “T” is for “Together”
    These are so much fun as well as inspirational. Going around the world from my own home!


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  28. A stressful situation if you’re stuck behind the wheel in one of those cars…
    a brilliant one if you’ve got the opportunity to see what Frizz did behind the lens!


  29. Hi everybody … I’m a little late to the A-Z party this week, but here’s my take on this week’s T challenge.


  30. I’ve driven over the Brooklyn Bridge a few times, but never in traffic like that. It must be a Friday afternoon. 😉 Good photo, FT. 😉


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  34. Ugh! Cannot stand being stuck bumper to bumper. Reminds me of my long, arduous route homeward bound, although I do not have a beautiful antique bridge like yours to gaze at while stalled in traffic. Great shot! Here’s mine:


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