Can You Ride A Unicycle? 

Girl on unicyle rolls by motel door

Something unique for Thursday Doors today! As I turn my attention to taking part in new and old photo challenges, I came across these photos of not one, but two cute girls, with doors as their backdrop for some fun!

In the featured image above, I saw this cutie riding a unicycle around the hotel we stayed in near Yosemite a couple of years ago.  I asked her (and her mother) for permission to take her picture as she deftly rode around the hotel area on her unicycle.

In the photo below, while at San Diego’s Southern California Exposition (also known as the Del Mar Fair), one of the exhibits hosted an Alice in Wonderland theme complete with doors of varying shapes and sizes.

Del Mar Fair Doors

Those of you who posted for the weekly photo challenges, are you feeling a little lost? I joined hundreds of bloggers weekly for nearly four years posting for the WPC.

But there is hope for all of us. Our fellow bloggers are hosting other wonderful photography challenges. If you are looking for more challenges to show off your photography skills and inspire your writing, please join my weekly Sunday Stills Challenge  and take a look at Cee Neuner’s website for an expanding list of photo challenges hosted by herself and others!

And please join Norm at Thursday Doors each week with your fabulous doors!

“Photography is a way of feeling, of touching, of loving. What you have caught on film is captured forever… It remembers little things, long after you have forgotten everything.”
— Aaron Siskind

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30 Comments on “Can You Ride A Unicycle? 

  1. This reminds me that I used to juggle when I was younger and I had a friend who rode a unicycle. So one day I got this idea that I’d combine the two…it didn’t end well 😀
    Fun post Terri thanks for sharing these.

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  2. No, Terri, I can’t ride a bicycle let alone a unicycle! I do love your photos of the doors. I enjoy reading the posts in this weekly series. It is amazing how many beautiful doors there are in the world. Have a great weekend!

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  3. I’ve always wanted to ride a unicycle, but I have ridden a penny-farthing. It was a long time ago (amen) and glad to say I didn’t fall off from that great height. 😀
    Great captures, Terri. The colours are amazing.

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  4. Fab photos, Terri. The clarity is awesome. “[Photography] remembers little things, long after you have forgotten everything.” So true! I look at photos from years back and marvel at (cry over!) all I’ve forgotten. I love your posts, girlfriend ❤️

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  5. I have never seen a real unicycle, Terri. I love these pictures and the idea of a one wheeled bike is interesting although I will leave it to the circus clowns to do the cycling on one.

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