Which Way ADA


Cee’s Which Way Challenge completes at the end of September.

To celebrate the end of this photo challenge, I submit these two photos from my last trip to Spokane, Washington.

I titled the above photo “Which Way ADA” in honor of athletes with disabilities who compete in wheelchairs. ADA stands for the Americans with Disabilities Act. The ADA “prohibits discrimination against people with disabilities in employment, transportation, public accommodation, communications, and governmental activities.”

These fun runner statues, found in a corner of Riverfront Park in downtown Spokane, were installed in recognition of Spokane’s annual Bloomsday Run. The statues are titled “The Joy of Running Together” and were created by the artist David Govedare.


The sculpture is found near the end of the course. The Bloomsday Run 12K Event is held annually in May.

Join Cee’s Which Way Photo Challenge for a few more weeks and visit her blog for other photo challenges.

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