Well here we are again but I am only just making this posting at the end of the month – I have been in Spain again (lucky me) and only got back this evening so I have hastily sorted out the last of my pics for the hunt this month.
Spotted in my local pound shop this very lovely hat!
One of so many beautiful ones in Spain – this pic was taken this week from outside my Mum’s house.
Though the weather is usually great in Spain they do have terrific thunderstorms sometimes and here are the very black clouds on the way back from my bike ride one day.
A black cat
You will have to trust me on this one as I could not find a cat to stay still long enough but up on the roof of this very ugly house near mine in Spain is a little black cat – you can just see the ears above the tiled wall.
Taken on the canal bridge near my office
The canal side lights taken on my home from work one evening
A couple in fact , these lovely gifts were sent last year from the USA as part of my Autumn stitching exchange.
The lovely Marsden Mechanics’ Institute – centre of the village where I spent the weekend selling tickets for the Jazz festival.
Another pic from Marsden , the River Colne on a sunny Friday morning
The view from my bus stop one grey October morning
From Spain – a colourful piece on an electricity substation
11 thoughts on “Photo Scavenger Hunt October”
Lovely photos. Your black cat made me laugh, and I love the graffiti.
I love that candle holder! And the Spanish sunset photo is lovely. x
I can just see the ears – they are hard to find aren’t they??
Lovely pics 🙂
Great photos! The sunset is beautiful. I think I can spot the black cat and your candlelit photo is lovely:)
The river photo is beautiful and the black cat … well, that made me laugh! Well done, a great set of photos.
lucky you getting a bit of winter sun. Cute pumpkin
A great collection of photos, I like the golden lights and candlelit… I could just see the blac cat!
Thanks everyone – I do have a black china cat ornament which I had considered using if all else failed. The people who live round there must have thought I was a bit barmy as I was trying to get it to come nearer the edge of the roof but it scarpered. My Mum has a white cat and I did suggest dying it (or Photoshop!) instead but thought you would liek to see the ugly house anyway. The front of it is even worse!
I loved looking at your photos for this month’s challenge and hope to see more on the next one.
I love that witch’s hat!
Great photos, I love your candle holder.