I’ve been trying a different method of finding items for this challenge lately. I start by making a list of words with the letter or letters in them and then I go and look for items to photograph or in my archives. I confess to sometimes using online word lists to give me inspiration. Here is what I came up with today.
Moon and cloud May 2017
Not many clouds around today Jan 2018
I do sometimes take pictures of clouds. There were not many to choose from on this sunny day but I found an older photo that also features the moon.
Couch was on my list and I had several choices full-sized or miniature but decided to go with this jewellery box which makes a great doll sized couch.
Four cat ornaments on my mantlepiece and a book called The Fourth Estate.
I only have one of these Galoob Babyface dolls which all had different facial expressions. I picked her because she has her tongue out.
John Geeves was one of the original settlers in this area. There are other local families who would dispute whether the Geeves family were the founders of the town but they are the ones it got named after.
Here are my words containing two “T’s”. The wattle is an old photo that I have used on the blog before but it is so pretty I thought I’d use it again. The statue of cricketer Neil Harvey is outside the Melbourne Cricket Ground. The third picture was taken at the Hobart Christmas Pageant a couple of years ago and cropped a bit for this challenge. The final photo I took last week outside the Taste of Tasmania site in Hobart.
These are the colours I chose that start with the letter S. I thought of quite a lot of them but did not have the resources to photograph them. I wrote down a list before looking for things in these colours and sadly quite a few had to be dropped from the list. Here’s what I was left with. I decided to go with a theme of paint colours for this for the fun of it with the exception of the tidy bags in the background. They are shocking pink.
Photography is still taking a back seat as I’ve been so busy recently. All of these photos are from the archives except the last one of Radiance of the Seas. I took that in Hobart recently when I spent the day with my friends Gillian and Bruce who were enjoying their first cruise.