As last month click on the pic above to go and see all the pics at Kathy’s blog.
This is a bit last-minute to say the least! I have been so busy this week I nearly didn’t get chance to take the last couple of pics I needed for this but have just made it.
This was taken at our last WI Saturday craft get together – coffee and a bit of knitting! Just what you need after a hard week at work. Check out those super sized needles in the background.
View from above
My lovely little teapot and cup.
Where I catch my bus to work – next to a lovely ivy hedge.
Something taller than you
As he reminds me often, my little baby Jake is taller than me now – he is also taller than the fridge!
Back to School
Well college anyway – I don’t have the joy of buying new uniform and pencil cases anymore but here is Jake’s new timetable for his last year before University.
I’m afraid this is as close as I get (inspiration for this taken from someone last month) – the football listing in the TV mag.
What’s in your bag?
Every year we pick the blackberries from the lane at the back of our house.
A pile of things
Donated knitted squares at my lovely friend Lydia’s yarn shop Spun.
The best bit of my desk at work – thank you cards from past students.
Public phone box
Apologies as it was a bit dark – this is the phone in the lobby at work – love the fact that there are 3 phones in a row here!
My friend Rebecca from knitting group has this lovely bag made from apple drink pouches.
14 thoughts on “Photo Scavenger Hunt September”
your photos are lovely especially the wi one and the tea pot
Great shots! I’m learning how to knit, myself!
Send me some fresh blackberries?
Very clever bag! You have some great entries here. I didn’t manage a telephone box at all…couldn’t find one. Love the “relaxation” entry…and those are some needles the lady across the table was using!!
Interesting photos you have there… and I love the little background that goes with them. Makes it all more interesting.
Lovely teapot! Great harvest photo.
What a super collection of photos. How fitting that you tall son has his hand on that which feeds him 😉 Having 3 grown sons, I remember well how the fridge door was constantly in use! Lovely take on the apple category! I remember using large knitting needles like that years ago, and I was trying to make this lacy scarf. I dropped a stitch and handed it to my M-I-L who was a superb knitter. She took one look at the holey thing and just shook her head…I wonder what the lady is knitting in your photo? Really enjoyed your photos 🙂
Well done, great photos!
I love your teapot photo!
Great photos and lovely teapot 🙂
My son is also taller than me and he’s only just turned 12!
Thank you very much everyone. I have taken a pic of the teapot before but not from that angle and I am vey pleased with the way the blackberries pic turned out.
Nice photos – love the teapot, great idea to snap it from above 🙂
Great shots this time — I love how you used your son for something taller than you! I’m having a hard time with some of them, so I’m Late!
We’re donating squares at my local knitting group at the moment as well….must be the time of year for it 🙂 My sister is at uni in Huddersfield so i’ll keep your friends shop in mind for when I visit her