A closer look.Â I started to turn it so you could view the M right side up, but the sky on the right and the horizontal buildings were just too hard on the brain.
There’s an N, right there on the side of the drum.Â See it?
An M, and an N and a W!Â Jackpot!Â But mostly an N.
If you enjoyed this alphabetical vingette, please be sure to visit Melli and click on her links to see who else is playing.Â And if you REALLY enjoyed it, grab a camera and play along.Â It’s never too late to start.Â Next week’s letters are O and P.
Thom stood right in our driveway and agreed this was a “K” — after OC told him to!
“L” of course.Â What else could it be?
See.Â L.Â Of course!
If you thought this was fun, you should go by Melli’s place and click on the links to see what the others are doing.Â You’re also welcome to join right in.Â Grab your camera and start hunting the next two letters.
Melli is hosting a new Alphabet Photo Challenge!Â We have to FIND the letters of the alphabet (not make them) in the every day things around us.Â We CANNOT use text media (the alphabet letter can not have been designed to BE an alphabet letter.)
This A seemed a lot clearer through my eyes then it does through the camera lens — but it is time to post so it will have to do!
Those of you who attend church will recognize this symbol. May God forgive me. 🙂 I really did pay attention to the sermon. And I didn’t take this photo until after worship when only the clean up crew remained in the sanctuary.
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