Monday, February 15, 2010

Ellipsis Monday Photo Shoot #77: The Cone Zone

"Experience is the best teacher.You know, ever since I was a little girl I knew that if you look both ways before you cross the street, you will see a lot more then traffic

-Mae West

Traffic, we all have to deal with it in one way or another, and there always seem to be CONE ZONES somewhere amongst it all. This week, show me something CONE ZONE related. Men at work, traffic cones all lined up, anything CONE ZONE related. But please folks, take your photos from a proper place and distance as to not put yourself at risk, or interfere with those who are working within the zone. SAFETY FIRST! Be mindful of the laws in your state.

Extra Credit: Show me a picture of a traffic sign... any traffic sign.

This Monday Photo Shoot assignment closes next Sunday evening at 9:00 PM ET. Please submit your entries by that time by uploading your photo to your blog, journal or website, and then comeback here with the link that goes back to your entry. The link you leave must be to an entry which is specific to this week's assignment. A general link to your site will not work, and HYPERLINKS ARE NOT ACCEPTED. Also, please include a link in your entry to this photos shoot assignment so that other folks can find us and participate with us. The more the merrier... right? ;)

Linking List for EMPS #76: Valentine's Day 02/08/10


1. Carolyn

2. Spiderdama

3. Jama

4. Gena

5. Suzanne

6. Nesa

7. Mike

8. Carly (That's me!)

9. Sandy


See you next week with an all new EMPS assignment! You might also consider joining us for this week's Weekend Assignment! There is still plenty of time to participate, the assignment is open until Wednesday evening, at 9:00 PM ET.

Weekend Assignment # 306: Click here to learn the details!



Jama said...

Posted mine, a lone cone with more 'blockers' :

Tania said...

My contribution this week:

Wish you a great week!:-)

Suzanne R said...

I found my cone!

Sandy from the Heart of texas said...

Mine's up!

Karen Funk Blocher said...

The Story of Sammy Safety Cone - and a little bit about yesterday's rain storm that flooded the streets of Tucson: