This week I decided to use (mostly) pictures of birds. I was looking through my archive searching the number three and found I had pictures of three ducks and three goldfinches so I decided to see if I had any other groups of three birds. I admit to cheating a bit with the Galahs.
Two of my favourite subjects for this week’s challenge, anything to do with ships and the waterfront and a couple of trains.
Here are a few things I found in my archives that feature the number one.
A single, but very large, chair.
This week two challenges coincide on the theme of smiles. These pictures are for both Nancy’s “A Photo A Week Challenge” and “Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge”.
I don’t take an awful lot of photos of people. Naomi hates having her photo taken even more than I do and generally if I do take a photo of someone I don’t always like to share it but I’ll make an exception today because the people in these pictures are friends or they are in the public eye.
This is a bit late going up because one picture I wanted was on the other computer and I could not transfer it from the laptop. That’s my excuse and I am sticking to it.
Here are my feet and legs inelegantly but comfortably clad in the old trackies and slippers that I wear around the house when I’m not going to be going out or seeing anyone. Obviously, as I’m alone I can only use my own feet for a photo so once again the smartphone has come in handy.
Here are some more athletic legs than mine. Legs with cricket pads.
Some creatures legs.
The last time I did a challenge involving hands I was able to go out and find a few interesting models or photos of hands but not this time. It’s been very wet for the last few days and doesn’t look like improving.
I wondered if it was possible to take a photo of my own hand. It is if you use a smartphone and hit the button with the knuckle of the other hand while using it to hold the phone. Not the most flattering photo of my hand but it worked.
Looking back over my old cricket photos I found some featuring hands. These were all taken at a match I attended in 2010.
This is my Baby Born doll, like a lot of dolls from the 1990s that have acrylic eyes they have discoloured over time. It’s a fault in this type of eye. Still on the subject of eyes. Here is a teddy who needed a new one.
A piece of artwork at a local metal recycling yard.