Joining in with the lovely Hawthorn at I live, I love, I craft, I am me.
1. A is for...
A picnic in the park surrounding a dam in Ballarat. One from the archives.
3. 11 0'clock.
Taken last week on day that was chucking it down with rain and we were going to a quilt shop (oh dear), so I could get some backing fabric to finish a few quilts. When I saw the sign we couldn't stop, so took it on the way home & it was still raining. I thought this category was going to be a no, no, so I count myself lucky.
4. BLACK & WHITE.
The lighthouse at Dungeness. Taken on our recent UK trip. The beach of shingle is amazing.
5. LOOKING UP.
Ripon Cathedral. This hand is lit up and looks quite spooky. One of the volunteers did tell me why it was there, but I've forgotten. Sorry! Again, taken on our recent trip.
6. T is for....
Train. This little blue train is another from our time at Dungeness.
Another photo taken whilst in UK, as we were heading home from visiting Timble, a small village in North Yorkshire near Swynsty Reservoir. I did like this little village and would have liked to have explored, but time wasn't on our side.
Two odd thongs (flip flops for those overseas). They were on the banks of the Cotter River near Canberra, taken last Xmas, whilst visiting our youngest son who lives there. Why? I guess we'll never know.
This is the "Swing" Bridge near Sale in Eastern Victoria. One from the archives.
10. MY OWN CHOICE.
Now what is celebrated this weekend? HALLOWEEN!!!!! I thought this pile of pumpkins was an appropriate photo for my own choice. Taken at a garden show in Melbourne in 2014.
I hope everyone enjoys my odd bunch of photos for this month's photo hunt.
Thanks Hawthorn for these 'thinking outside the box', challenges, I do so like taking part and also see what others come up with too. That doesn't sound right, but it will have to do.
Take care all and have a good weekend.
PS. Think I'm early with this one, but we have a busy few days coming up, so am posting tonight as we have an early start tomorrow to get to Ballarat, to help a friend cut up a tree that was downed in some wild weather a couple of weeks ago.