W is for Wheel…
Illuminated car wheel at a winter festival in Vancouver, Canada.
Colour wheel: samples of wool dyed with natural dyes extracted from various lichens at the Beaty Biodiversity Museum at UBC, Vancouver.
Oxen pulling an old-fashioned cart with wooden wheels at ‘Shangri-La’ at the End of Inle Lake in Myanmar. In the States the old wooden wagon wheels are used mostly for decor such as this one decorating a fence in Monument Valley in the American Southwest. A different sort of wheel in the American Southwest: Las Vegas’ neon roulette wheel. Ferris wheel at the Loi Krathong Festival in Bangkok. An old wagon wheel leans against a stone barn in a village in the Picos de Europa, Spain. Iron wheel on a farm implement in Dinant, Belgium. Steering wheel from a classic race car show in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Bicycle wheel rims used for a whimsical piece of art on a brick wall in Amsterdam, Holland. More on Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Starts with W and Has Two Vowels in the Word.