I do a lot of hopping around people's blogs and follow quite a few.
With Google Reader disappearing soon, I tried Blog Lovin' but wasn't a fan.
A friend mentioned another blog following app, Feedly, which she had downloaded ready to try out.
I can honestly say that it is still not as good a s Reader but I am getting on with it much better than Blog Lovin'
Anyway, blog following is a great way to get ideas, join in hops and other weekly/monthly challenges.
Reading Jemma's blog post had me hopping over to Gallo Organico and the following post...
Hop on over and take a look at the the list.
What a great challenge!!!
Here is my first photo...
#9 A photo with someone or something that is clearly out of place or doesn't belong
I took this photograph yesterday whilst on a trip with my Mum.
These padlocks are attached to the chain links alongside the River Mersey in Liverpool and each one has a message engraved on it to signify a memory.
I spent a while reading the messages, which included marriages, deaths and births.
What a beautiful way to record a memory
( I do hope the council don't come along with bolt croppers)
1. Open air market
2. Theater for performing arts (not a movie theater)
3. City Hall, Capitol or other similar civic building
5. A sunset
6. Someone or something taking a nap
7. A sign that is intentionally or unintentionally funny
8. A tower
10. A bench that is outside
11. An animal in a zoo, aquarium, nature preserve, etc.
12. A cloud in the shape of something (please specify what you see)
13. A fence
14. A stained glass object or a mosaic
15. A fire truck or police car
16. A windmill
18. Your local pub/bar, coffee house or tea shop
19. A fisherman
20. A dinosaur
21. A photograph of you with an artistic tool or craft supply (you cannot substitute for this item)
Bonus/substitute items. If you find any of the above items too difficult, feel free to substitute either (or both) of these items. You can substitute up to two items, but you cannot substitute Item #21:
A person wearing an outfit (or item of clothing) that symbolizes your country