Sunday, 1 December 2013

November scavenger hunt

Well, November has flown by, but at least I remembered to take a few photos so that I could join in with Made with Love's Scavenger Hunt. Some of the pictures were taken in Cambridge as I recently spent a day there visiting my lad who is at uni there.


This is The Corpus Clock in Cambridge designed by John C Taylor and inaugurated in 2008 by Stephen Hawking.  It is quite big and very, very gold!


 Cambridge has a lovely market open every day and I like to buy some bread from this lovely here when I visit


This is in the Fitzwilliam museum in Cambridge.

this  mosaic was in the entrance to the Fitzwilliam Museum.

some boxes in a shop window in Cambridge.  One could buy ones top hat here!!


5 Demi johns full of homemade wine waiting to be bottled


My  wellies! 


We don't really have parks in the countryside they are more often just playing fields, but this one in Colchester is known at "The Rec" short for recreation ground 


driving home from work on Friday afternoon took ages, held up at these traffic lights. 

We have had plenty of rain this month, this was taken from INSIDE the car!


Taken from my bedroom window.  Not many evenings like this recently as it has been foggy and cloudy. 


Well you can't see how happy I am from this photo, but I had a big smile on my face as I took this.  worked on this blanket for nearly a year and now it is making my bed nice and cosy

That is it for this month!  Hopefully I will be able to some for December, the list looks promising


greenthumb said...

Thanks for taking part in this months scavenger hunt, i really like your photos of five, stairs, park and bread. Thanks Greenthumb.

VintageVicki said...

Some lovely pics there - the Cambridge ones are all so familiar :) My little brother went to Uni there and never moved back when he finished - he loves the city.

Glo said...

Wonderful photos! So interesting to see different parts of the world. Congratulations on finishing your blanket ... no wonder it took a year, there's so much work involved, but well worth the effort and time. Love your cheery red wellies. The mosaic pattern is eye catching, as are the loaves of bread in the bakery. Happy December :)

Amanda Graham said...

Your pics are lovely- I love 5 and the sunset in particular, and you must be so proud to have finished your blanket-well done- it looks gorgeous:)

Julie said...

Lovely photos. I could just eat one of those croissants and the wine looks good too! Best of all though is your lovely blanket. x

Susan ~ Southern Fascinations said...

What a wonderful photo collection! Your blanket is lovely. I know you are pleased to be finished and enjoying it! The wellies made me smile... as does most anything red! Enjoyed my visit. Smiles..Susan

Tammy Chrzan said...

Love Love Love your photos, I didn't know about this or I would have participated, or maybe I did know and I just forgot, you never know with me! but it does look like great fun and I will have to participate next go around.
Tammy x

Little Blue Mouse said...

Great photos! I'm not surprised you're happy with your blanket, it's lovely.

Kezzie said...

Well one on the super blanket!!!

Kezzie said...

...and I love the gold clock!! X

Fundy Blue said...

Beautiful pictures, Lizzy! I'm in awe of that gorgeous afghan you made. And I enjoyed the Cambridge photos. How lovely to be able to go to a fresh market every day!