Monday, 2 April 2012

March Photo Scavenger Hunt

Thanks again to Kathy from Postcards from the P.P. for organising the scavenger hunt.

Here's my selection for this month

People leaving Sheffield train station going to work



This is in my old doll's house.  I didn't notice until I put the photo on the computer that the floor could have done with a mop over!

This theatre doesn't look very inviting I'm afraid

Street name
I took this photo of a street in Teignmouth just because it was so narrow, and it only occurred to me later that I could use it here.  


My landmark is Thorpe Marsh Power Station.  
In the last year of Junior school we kept a record of the weather.  We took it in turns to monitor various things.  We had a rain gauge and thermometer, wrote down if it was rainy, sunny etc. and if it was cloudy, what types of cloud.  I can't remember what we did about wind direction, but for visibility, if you could see Thorpe Marsh Power station from the edge of the playground then the visibility was good.  In later years it's always amused me that we used it to gauge visibility because it's a great big thing that can be seen for miles and miles and our school was probably about six miles away.  It would need to be really bad weather to be unable to see it.  
I can still see it from where I live now if I go over the hill.  You need to click on this to see it.


I know it's not very wordy, but I just had to use this pub sign in Shaldon for something and it wasn't fancy enough for 'fancy' 


Half a face

You can see more entries over on Kathy's blog, and there's next month's list if you want to join in.


  1. Love the buttons one and the kitchen is just fabulous!
    Lisa x

  2. Love your morning photo, also street name and words bacause of where they are. Buttons I like, too:)

  3. I love your photos. Very tardy of you not to have mopped the kitchen floor. Tch, tch! :)
    Anne x

  4. Great group of photos, your buttons are cute.

  5. The kitchen is lovely and I like the story about the power station. We went on a trip to Hope Valley and even now, x-hundred years later, I still say
    "I've BEEN there" like I'd know it like the back of my hand!
    Great photos, Ellen x

  6. Great photos - and very creative with the buttons!

  7. You and I had a lot of the same ideas :) Great minds!

  8. Very cute doll's house, and I love buttons. Must have taken you ages!

  9. Great photos especially the buttons and the fashion pages.

  10. Clever button picture, very nice :-) and the dolls house one is cute, something about everything so weeny...lovely

  11. Love your little dolls house kitchen. It has a 50's look about it. Fab photos. Have a good week and thanks for visiting my blog.

  12. Very good! I love your buttons one! I tried doing this originally and got bored by the time I'd done the B so gave up! The dolls house kitchen is adorable, a really clever shot!!! Thanks for visiting my blog too! Lovely to meet you!

  13. These are great! I especially like "square". You have an artistic eye.

  14. I LOVE your take on 'half a face' very well thought. I also like that pub sign! Annnd I like what you posted for 'fancy' very yummy! x

  15. Lovely set of photos, I am especially liking the buttons!
    So sorry to have missed your post announcing me as a winner of your giveaway! I have been suffering somewhat with a tooth this past week or so, and have consequently not been online at all. I will reply to your email now and send my address. Thankyou very much, I am very surprised and very pleased to be chosen xx