Tuesday, 27 August 2019

Summer photographic scavenger hunt #5

My fifth posting in the summer photo scavenger hunt series, if you click on the "Summer photo scavenger hunt" label you'll find all my posts on the theme.The hunt is hosted by Mary-Lou over at Patio Postcards and has been running for a couple of months, it's due to finish at the end of September so if you hurry you can still take part if you want to. All the instructions are here.

7. A curvy path. The road to our allotment (technically from our allotment as this was taken from our plot corner looking back towards the site entrance!)

11. Fish. When I was at middle school in the late 70s/ early 80s all of us had cooking and art as well as woodworking and metal working lessons but by the time we got to high school at 13 we were back to needlework and cooking for girls and workshop stuff for boys grrr,,,, Still I have this little fish I made back when I was about 10 or 11 and there must be hundreds of them kicking around homes on the Isle of Wight!

Alternate A. Bird box. We rediscovered during a clear out over the weekend, made by my Dad many years ago and put in a safe place whilst we found a permanent home for it. Made for blackbirds, robins and the like we think it will be best on one of the sheds at the allotment. (I'm unlikely to find a (number 19) round here)

Well that's 3 more down and 7 more images to find. I've almost 5 weeks to do it but we'll see.....


  1. Oh wow that fish has bought make many happy memories ♥️ I still have mine here somewhere and a bear on a plaque, I so loved woodwork and was so disappointed when I couldn't do it in high school. crazy isn't it but so glad things have moved forward now...well in some areas. Love your photos Today, Thankyou 😊


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