Hawthorns Photo Scavenger Hunt ~ July. 📷

Hey, I finally remembered to join in with Kate’s Photo Scavenger Hunt this month. Read on for July’s words.

Something Purple ~ Let me tickle you with a teasel. These spiky specimens appeared in the railway bridge field a few weeks ago, and have slowly been turning purple.

Shades Of Green ~ Not the most original photo, but here’s Hugo wearing a green collar in a newly mowed meadow, where the grass is a few shades of green.

Starts with…..F ~ My niece was ten this week. Double digits! Here is her Fantastic birthday cake with 10 candle Flames.

Still Life ~ And still life went on through lockdown. At least it did for wildlife. A selection of what I saw over that period. ❤️

Snapped At This Moment ~ A moment in time, trying on a mask before heading to my first hair appointment since before lockdown. I really don’t like wearing them as I find them suffocating. However I guess I just need more practice!

My Own Choice ~ The lovely coastline at Grange Over Sands a couple of weekends ago. And Mr Hugo of course. 🙂

Thanks for bobbing by.

21 thoughts on “Hawthorns Photo Scavenger Hunt ~ July. 📷”

  1. Great stuff. That cake looks lovely, almost a shame to cut it up. I like your take on Still Life; you even saw a Little Owl, lucky you.

  2. Great photos, I love all your still life ones! Even with practice the masks are hard to get used to, but it does get better. Mr Hugo is adorable!

  3. Aren’t teasels such a gorgeous weed? We have them here in Tasmania too and while they are an introduced species, I do like the look of them! We are however, lucky that we don’t have to use masks here and I’m hoping it stays that way!

  4. Lovely photos and stories Sharon, thank you for joining in x (that is definitely a FFFFantastic birthday cake!)

  5. Lovely photos, that’s a great cake and I love the teasels. It is strange wearing a mask, I’ve worn one a couple of times now but wouldn’t want to have to wear one for longer than an hour or two:)

  6. Love your selection. The purple teasels are gorgeous as is your still life collection & yes, still life goes on. I’m finding it hard, but am keeping relatively busy…..ah, making ,masks which I also find difficulty in wearing & tend to hyperventilate. Won’t be venturing very far for the next 6 weeks anyway due to only be able to travel 5kms from home for essentials. We’ll still be doing local walks. I’m on catchup at the moment due to a bit of a low period. Take care, stay safe & huggles.

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