Tuesday, 1 March 2011

Photo Scavenger Hunt - February

Here are my twelve photos for the February Scavenger Hunt.
All taken in my village.
Click on the thumbnails to enlarge any photo.

Looking left to right from the top:

A Bridge  (footbridge over a ditch)
A Round Clock (my garden clock)
A Musical Instrument (church organ)
Something with stripes (bar code)
Something Heart Shaped (graffiti)
A Big Lorry / Truck (filmed trying to use my driveway to turn)
Something Red (artificial roses)
A Park Bench
A Postbox
Newspaper Headline
Eyes (Bobby nodding off)
My Shoes (fitted with ice spikes)

Original idea from POSTCARDS FROM THE P.P. where each month a new list of twelve things to find are listed.


  1. An imaginative selection there John. You could have had two categories in one with the first photo ;) I like your garden clock, it's very unusual. The roses look real! My favourite photo of course is Bobby :)

  2. Thank you Jan. The garden clock is mounted on an 'artificial' wagon wheel I picked up at a garden centre sale a few years ago and then wondered what to do with it! Now I wish I had abut eight of them as they would make an interesting front fence.

  3. Umm, I think bar code ( stripes ) & Graffiti ( heart ) are inspired ! I do like your garden clock & pleased to see a dog popp bin on the bridge - (though not necessarily attractive none the less important !)

  4. Hi John ~ I thought I left a comment here, but it doesn't look like it! I am quite partial to the church organ photo ~ and also think your clock is quite something :) The barcode was ingenious, and now I want to know what product it is from, because I'm naturally curious;) Have you seen the list for March ~ looks quite the challenge, too, but I'm sure you're up for it.

  5. Thank you Bad Penny. We are fairly well off here for doggy bins, thank goodness.

  6. Hello Glo. The bar code is for 'Gathering Moss: a natural and cultural history of mosses'. Now, if you had a smart phone you could have used Google Goggle to grab the code from the screen and it would then have looked up the title for you. (Which is what I had to do as I had forgotten which book it was) lol.

    The list wasn't there last time I looked. Sounds intriguing.


Thank you for visiting. Hope you enjoyed the pictures. Any comment, or correction to any information or identification I get wrong, is most welcome. John

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