Time for the monthly Scavenger Hunt. Lots of the photos this time are from my holidays at the beginning of the month. Here's what I found.
D is for...: Devil! Apparently this statue outside 33 Stonegate in York, is not a sign of demonic activity but is the traditional sign of a printers! Don't look too closely into his eyes - it's supposed to be unlucky...
Wide: A wide expanse of sea and sky off the coast of Scarborough.
Edge: The edges of tiles embedded in the wall of Scarborough Castle.
Cylindrical: The lighthouse at Scarborough.
Feelings: Of intense concentration as Sue prepares to hoopla the pinata at my 4th July BBQ.
Mysterious: Strange markings on the cobbles leading up to Scarborough Castle: I'm guessing they show where each cobble fits.
Weed: Masses of clover in the polka dots on my lawn.
Joke: A joke shop in Scarborough.
Pile: Lobster pots in the old harbour, Scarborough.
Speed: Letting the train take the strain on the journey home from our holiday in York. ('Let the train take the strain' was the strapline for a series of adverts for rail travel)
Night: Evening light over the Lendal Bridge in York.
Whatever you want: This one is for Kezzie! A Tardis on Scarborough harbour.
Thanks as always to Jill at Made with Love for organising the Scavenger Hunt. You can see the other entries and the categories for August on her web site.