I discovered this old abandoned school house several years ago on the outskirts of my hometown. Last summer my husband and I combined an exercise jaunt on the bicycles with a photo hunt. The building is not in as good condition as it was when I first discovered it and trees have nearly overtaken the doorway, but it still makes an interesting photo.
I have long been interested in photography and writing, but haven't spent much time pursuing either until the last couple of years. I find it handy to keep a dictionary close by to look up words I want to use in my writing. I couldn't think of a proper candid shot in the house where no one was awake but me, so I used its definition instead.
I hesitate to show the inside of my messy cabinets to the the world, but the other option is my closet. Enough said. We have planned to remodel the kitchen ever since we bought this old house years ago, so we haven't bothered to paint the insides of the cabinets. The doors often open of their own accord and we get tired of fighting them so most of the time we just let them swing. It wouldn't take much to attach a latch, but then, we will be replacing the cabinets soon... I hope.
4. Look Up
When my youngest daughter was a toddler, she loved to look up at the ceiling fan. She was fascinated by the turning blades. It must have looked something like this to her--but without the light.
Years ago I wanted to decorate my kitchen with a gingerbread man theme. This little stuffed doll was one of the few things I was able to find at the time. I guarded it carefully at first, but as the years went by and grand kids came along, it became more of a toy than a decoration. He's looking a little ragged now but he still has a smile on his face.
I hope you enjoyed my version of Scavenger Hunt Sunday for this week. If you would like to participate next week, you can click on the link below to find out how and to get the prompts for next weeks photos. Thank you for visiting my blog.