White: Detail of the quilt 'Boutis-ful flowers' by Janet Stevens at the Harrogate quilt show.
One: A bit difficult to see because of the reflection on the glass but this is the number 1 bus to Haxby and Wigginton, near York.
Graffiti: On a wall in Preston.
Ears: Ears of wheat carved in stone on the front of St Wilfrid's Catholic Church, York, representing the parable of the weeds among the wheat (Matthew 13: 24-43).
Repetition: Traditional telephone boxes 2 x 2 x 2...
Disney: Cross stitch kits at the Harrogate quilt show.
Lace: Mantelpiece cover in the Victorian parlour at the Weaver's Triangle visitor centre, Burnley
New: Autumn fashions at Marks and Spencer.
Door handle: A pair of door handles in the Royal York Hotel, York. I don't usually use a flash but it was very dark in the corridor.
Beach life: I don't live near the sea and didn't have time to visit a beach this month so I struggled with this category and had to dig into my archives. The jelly fish was photographed on Crosby beach last year when Chickpea and I went to see the Another Place exhibition of Antony Gormley statues. You can read all about our visit here.
Tree: Avenham Park, Preston.
Tattoo: As soon as I saw this newspaper clipping I knew I had to use it for Tattoo. It's from an article on the weirdest world records which also included 'fastest dog on a tightrope' and 'longest distance travelled by a goat on a skateboard'!
This is such a fun challenge - the hardest part is memorising the categories at the beginning of the month! If you want to find out what's in store for October, why not pop over and start collecting your photos now?
Did you enjoy Yarndale, those of you who were lucky enough to make it there? I had a great time and will be back with my own take on it next time. x