By the end of February, I had just four items left on Eileen's Winter Photo Scavenger Hunt. In the end, one of my final entries is a bit questionable, and there's no excuse for it. Number 4 on the list reads "a signpost with an image of an animal." I'm quite sure I've driven by a minimum of 100 deer crossing signs since the beginning of the scavenger hunt, but not once did I stop to take a photo. Now I'm in Florida, and there are none to be seen. This is the closest I could get:
I must admit, there are tons of these here!
Number 9 is "a diamond." My diamond is pretty small, but one of the women in our bridge group has quite a big diamond and willingly posed for my photo.
Number 12 is a "market or market stall." This one I found on our road trip here, at the Western North Carolina Farmer's Market in Asheville, NC.
And last, but not least, Number 16 is "a memory from your childhood."
I chose several items: my first edition copy of Charlotte's Web. The binding has almost fallen apart, and I need to find someone who can restore. Although I loved Stuart Little, as well, it was clearly not as beloved as Charlotte's Web. I have no idea where my little piggy bank came from, but it sat on my dresser as long as I can remember. The Bill Ding's are the originals from my childhood, and the grandchildren now play with them. We've also purchased new ones for them. Some toys just don't go out of style.
Thanks, Eileen, for a great list. I love working on these photographic projects.