Thursday, 3 November 2011

October Scavenger Hunt




Thank you once again for organising this Postcards from the P. P.

Oh yes I have managed to get this months in on time.


Crunchy leaves - on a lovely autumn walk (yes we did kicking up of the leaves as well).


Golden - ribbons on these gorgeous bells.


Candle lit - as always on my desk in the evening.


Pumpkin - spooky time.


Something eerie - well this picture of Little Miss is definitely that.


Black cat - from the buildings round York.


A river - we sat down and had a lovely picnic here.



Heritage - walking round the walls in the City of York, so much heritage here.


Graffiti/street art - we see this everyday on the way to school, and I love it.


Witches hat/broomstick - our wonderful witch that visits every Halloween.

Missing this month: 

Fog/mist - didn't see any

Sunset - the only time I saw one I only had my phone with me and the picture was not good and looked as though it was taken in the day!

Looking forward to next months list.

~c~



10 comments:

Patrice said...

I love your golden bells!

Rosie said...

I only managed to get mist and sunset in the last few days of the month - it was quite difficult to find them. I remember seeing some of the cats on the buildings in York. Love your golden and candlelit photos:)

Little Blue Mouse said...

Yes your eerie certainly is!

Louise said...

great photos! I love your pumpkin. I found sunset and mist hard this month too, but I did find them just in time!

CupcakeMumma said...

Love the bells and what a great pumpkin. Thanks for commenting on mine, i'm enjoying the hunt! x

Lisa said...

A good selection! The candle holder you have is very pretty.
Lisa x

Kathy said...

Great photos! I've never seen that cat in York .... I'm going just before Christmas, I'll have to look out for it! Love the pumpkin!
xxx

Kathy said...

Great photos! I've never seen that cat in York .... I'm going just before Christmas, I'll have to look out for it! Love the pumpkin!
xxx

Paula said...

I love your carved pumpkin :-)

Jane said...

lovely photos