For once I wasn't racking my brain this month trying to think what I could photograph, and ended up with quite a few to choose from, which I think is a first!
L is for?
LINE of sunbeds on the horizon, and a LIGHTHOUSE, in Jandia
Going up the church spiral staircase to bell ringing practice (well it's actually looking back down because it was a better picture)
Footprints left on the beach. This was taken when the sun was getting low, and I love how it makes the footprints look raised up (it'll look better if you click on it)
This is a very simple gadget that my Mum used for grading the eggs that she sold when I was growing up. You put the egg on the balance and if one peg was lifted up it was small, two - medium, and all three - large. Simples
'W' on the top of this building
I was out walking when I saw something dark land on my glasses. When I took them off I was surprised to see this brown ladybird with white spots. I'd never seen one before. I wanted to show this somewhere, so I've squeezed it into this category because there is some reflection on the lens!
There was an exhibition of paintings in the art gallery at Scunthorpe and local flower arrangers had been asked to interpret the paintings in a flower arrangement. These are two of them
The individual flowers on this Elder flower
A four leaved clover hidden among the three leaved ones
Our old house being demolished. (This is one from the archives)
The organ in St Nicholas church, Haxey. Well I'm presuming it's antique, but if it isn't then the building must be; if buildings are ever classed as antiques that is!
Other interpretations for this month's photos can be seen at Made With Love