I’m making steady progress with Rinda’s scavenger hunt with another 4 items collected this month.
I captured 2 versions of a metal bridge (number 6) on a train trip – above is the view of a large metal bridge out of the window of a moving train as we cross the bridge (the now Word Heritage Forth Rail Bridge – as in the river Forth, not mis-spelled fourth)
Then the people bridge over the tracks at our destination
Plenty of public toilets I could have used for number 12 but I was waiting for something eye-catching and found that this week in the Modern Art Gallery – particularly pleased to have captured the black floor tiles distorted in the metal bin as I was there to see an Escher exhibition
My trip up the Shard when I was in London provided a perfect opportunity for a panoramic view from somewhere high – this is the highest viewing space in London – on the 69th floor
Also in London, at the Victoria and Albert museum I found an ornate door-knocker – after looking through the metal work collection with no sight of a door knocker, I asked one of the staff members who said they had never been asked for an ornate door knocker before but suggested the big doors on display in the ‘big objects’ gallery
Hopeful of capturing several more in August but have no idea where I will find a flagpole with 3 or more flags and not at all sure about people playing a game. And I still need to actually take the one I see most days – a person walking a dog
Thanks Rinda for another great photo hunt.