The trouble I have now is that there are a couple of photos in two of the categories that I can't make my mind up which one to use, so I will show both. These are my contributions to Scavenger Hunt this week:
2. UNDEROur local radio announce the tide times every morning. On Thursday I heard the tide was out at lunchtime, so I took my camera to work, went to the beach and stood underneath the pier. It was a bracing exercise!
When I walked back up the beach, I noticed the graffiti underneath the theatre that is at the beginning of the pier.
As a lot of the contributors to Scavenger Hunt Sunday are American, it was a pretty good bet that there would be a good number of pumpkins, so I decided not to go down that route.
On Saturday I visited and subsequently wrote a blog post about Sheffield Park which is a local National Trust Garden. The intention was to take photos of the lovely autumn russets. This is my contribution to Orange.
Surprise, surprised, despite trying to avoid pumpkins, I saw a selection of them outside a shop, they were just too good to miss, so I surreptitiously whipped out my mobile (cell) phone and took a photo of them.
With this prompt, I had intended to go down to the beach this weekend to take photos of the kite surfers, but there was no wind today. The other alternative was this one:-
5. Always look on the bright side
My last photos is of my Mum. She is almost 93 and has lived in a nursing home around the corner from me for almost 3 years and has never been happier. Although wheelchair bound and completely non-weight bearing, she is always cheerful. This photo I took on Friday evening, when the Home were having a Hollywood Nights evening. All the residents were dressed up and Mum had a little tiara and sparkly beads. We all had a great time.
Thank you Ashley for such great prompts and I look forward to another week of being busy with my camera.