A moment frozen in time in response to lovely Justine’s Eclectic Corner challenge on the topic Momentarily.
I’m infamous as the person who brings rubbish to Justine’s Tea Party, so to keep my reputation up, here I go again.
For Justine’s Tea Party, I’m bringing champagne for all!
This might be my last contribution to Justine’s Tea Party. I suspect that when the lovely hostess sees my Tetra Pak take on the prompt, I will be kicked out of her party. Or not?
I’m contributing with a splash colour to lovely Justine’s Eclectic Corner – I hope my splash qualifies, as post-editing saturation-wise was prohibited and so I was deprived of my favourite tool!
I’m late to Justine’s Tea Party. This is how I envision the after after-party looks like. All the booze had been drunk and bottles taken out to the recycle bin.
Street life to me means window shopping and taking silly reflection selfies. You can find out what it means to others in other responses to Justine’s Eclectic Corner challenge on the topic of street life.
The grand reveal of the guessing game prompted by Justine in her Eclectic Corner is here. As Justine herself correctly guessed, though on the umpteenth try, my picture on the theme of protection shows a detail of a whitewashed greenhouse.
Your guesses, as always, were sheer hilariousness. Lucile kicked off with her suggestion that this was a leather coat with angel wings on it. Andy believed that I was stalking him during his pitiful attempt to brush snow off his windscreen. Laura came up with the idea of a door marked by werewolf claws. Albert further elaborated in the same direction and guessed the remains of a coffin which I forcibly clawed myself out of.
Desleyjane thought of the cover of a book, and I promised that I would use this image as the cover if I should ever publish a book. Bor Bor Igmus correctly identified the surface as glass but mistook the paint for frost. Madvanthi smartly suggested that it would be a shed door marked by my cats’ claws or a failed attempt to paint my bedroom door. Finally, Smiling Toad revealed that a coarse paintbrush was involved.
Thank you, everyone, for joining in the fun!
Can you guess what is in the picture? Justine of Eclectic Odds ‘n’ Sods hosts a challenge asking us to come up with a photo on the subject of protection. You can join by posting your guess in the comments and/or by creating a guessing post of your own!