Thursday, 5 November 2015

5 in 5 | Circles

It's pouring down so I had to abandon my original plan for the 5 in 5 photos so I've been trying to come up with an alternative that didn't involve going outside ... and getting wet!  After lots of brain ache, I settled on wandering around the house looking for circles.  Here's the best of my efforts ...
 
the lock plate on one of the internal doors
the cap on a bottle of oil
rawlplugs still waiting to be removed and filled in
the top of a money box
the rose fitting on the watering can

Not my most inspired set of photos, but at least I didn't get cold and wet! 
 
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5 comments:

  1. I don't blame you for not wanting to go out in this weather. I just got soaked walking across the yard to serve a customer. Very inventive blog. How one shape can differ so much.

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  2. I had to smile at these Eileen because it is dull and drizzly here too today and I didn't want to go outside either!

    I love your idea of taking photos of circles and for me this is what challenges are all about - the nudge to sometimes think outside the box and make the most of what you have. And I think you came up with a good idea!

    Thanks for sharing and making me smile!

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  3. That was cute to look at the pictures of the circles. On another blog a few days ago she mentioned it was National Circle Day (didn't even know one existed here). I just for the fun of it looked around and saw at least 5 circles from where I was sitting at my computer desk. We forgot how many circles there actually are until we start "hunting" for them :)

    betty

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  4. I am wildly intrigued to know what required so many rawlplugs in such a small space! Great circles though! xx

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