Did you catch my post earlier this week, the one where I blurred the lines between rational adult on holiday and complete Sherlock super-fan? A post which, for balance, also involved gnomes and black-bean burgers? Well, if you didn't read it, you'll want to go catch-up ... because that's quality journalism you're missing out on right there..
But not so quick! Because I've got more scavenger hunt photos to share as I'm almost finished my version of the 21 items we needed to find!
So, have I mentioned I've been to London? Once or twice? Well, ever since I knew I was headed there I'd been holding off photographing this next particular category as I thought a snapshot of the Thames would make the ideal document of my mini-break.
The thing is ... as you'll see, I didn't really stop at ONE photo ...20. A natural body of water
The Thames, glittering in the morning sunshine:
So much so that while our hotel sat right on the river with the front door being just metres away from the water's edge we could also see it from our room located at the back of the building:
... with essential London landmarks in the background:
The London Eye:
... while on a bridge:
... and while under a bridge:
And from moving with the tides we go back in time to ...
...when it froze over:
And while we're on the subject of doing brave things on the river [I'm much more of a landlubber] ... here's a view of the Thames ...
... from the back of a boat:
While I was there I took this photo as proof that, this summer, I did at least one activity that required the creation of an official 'Escape Plan':
And finally, for today, here's yet another shot of the Thames, again with an famous London landmark in the background [the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben] only this time, in the foreground, I've sneaked in another Scavenger Hunt category:
21. A photograph of you with a sign reading "2015 Summertime Photography Scavenger Hunt".
Is that autumn I can feel in the air? *starts thinking of what to document as the days begin to darken *
p.s: If you'd like to catch up on my discoveries then do drop by my other Scavenger Hunt posts here:
- The old book edition
- The Hamlet 'ticket booth' edition
- The 'Out & About on Holiday' edition
- The 'Lincoln City Centre' edition
- The 'Town Centre' edition
- The 'Haven't I seen that outfit somewhere before?' edition
And if f you wanted to join in the hunt then you still can, it doesn't end until summer does. Just visit Rinda as it's her brainchild and you can share your discoveries either via your blog, or on Instagram with the hashtag #rindas2015photohunt or even join the Facebook group and make sure to visit Rinda's blog to catch her regular round-ups and link posts.