So the MRI scan is done, just waiting for the results now....about two weeks apparently......
I thought I would join in again with the Photo Scavenger Hunt over at Made With Love. I enjoyed taking part last month and although my photos aren't great and a little fuzzy at times due to the right arm and neck issue....it does give me something else to focus on and I'm loving everyone's different interpretations that the prompts inspire......
So here are my photographs for September.
Woven ~ The ivy that had crept up the trunk of this tree had been cut at the base leaving a network of dead branches.
Repeating ~ The electricity pylons crossing the Lincolnshire countryside.
Greedy ~ The squirrel who collected this little lot.....gathering stores for the winter.
Flowers ~ Autumn Colour.
Curly ~ My hair....it was as straight as a die until I reached 40. It gets curlier the older I get. My hairdresser thinks it has something to do with the 'Change'......so I have decided to embrace 'The Curls'....
Adventures ~ A Sunday morning walk in Hubbard's Hills.....always an adventure.
Line ~ The birds on the telegraph line on a misty morning in the Lincolnshire Wolds.
Mesmerising ~ I was mesmerised by this fabulous sand sculpture at Lincoln Castle commemorating the signing of The Magna Carta 800 years ago.
Triangle ~ This sign stands by the road, at a crossing on our sea front. I have often had to stop the car and let a line of geese cross the road to get to the lake....I have never managed to get a photo of their trips to the fast food shops on the other side of the road!.
Dreamy ~ I failed with this one I'm afraid. This is an old photograph of Bertie and Pickle who were the best of friends....I wonder what they were dreaming about?.
Day ~ Misty morning at Hubbard's Hills.
Whatever You Want ~ One of the 25 Lincoln Baron's who graced the city of Lincoln this summer.
Thank you to Greenthumb over at Made With Love for hosting the Scavenger Hunt.
I hope you have enjoyed my pictures....I will do my best to join in with the October hunt.
Thank you for taking the time to stop by.
I really do appreciate your visits and lovely, encouraging comments.