So now back to the subject of the title, the Winter Photographic Scavenger Hunt, which Eileen and I are hosting. December was for me, as I'm sure it was for you too, rather busy, so I didn't get many photos taken, but I made sure I took any relevant ones before and during taking down the festive decorations, so here are the ones I've found so far.
No.1. A robin redbreast.
Plenty of these around in real life, but never, it seems, when I have my camera handy, so here are some from our festive cards.
No.2. Tinsel. I took a few of the tinsel while it was on the tree, but mostly the focus wasn't quite right, so this is the only survivor - and even this isn't wonderful - the tinsel swathed ice bucket in Wetherspoons!
No.4. A star. A couple on the festive tree, the second made by my lovely friend Jean, which, having just proof-read this post before publishing, is actually a snowflake and not a star at all, oh well, never mind, just grant me a bit of artistic licence - plus a bit of free publicity for Jean (who also makes lovely bead Santas and various other things).
No.5. A snowman. Not much chance of seeing a real-life snowman down here in the wet, mild and soggy west of England, so the first one was sent to us from USA, and the second is a festive drinks mat.
And finally, I wasn't sure where to put this one, it could be either category 2, tinsel, or category 4, star - as it shows both.
How are you getting on with yours? Thanks for joining in, please add your links to the linky below so we can all see them.