Monday, 10 August 2015

Photography Scavenger Hunt 2015 | The Definitive List, Numbers 8-14

This is the third year I've participated in Rinda's Summer Photography Scavenger Hunt.
You can see this year's list here.

#8: Someone plugged into social media.  The Brainy One obliged for this shot; he's looking at my blog via his iPhone.
#9: A tent.  Found this one at our local Summer Fayre on the Green.
#10: A college or university.  The Royal College of Music in Kensington {it's behind the Royal Albert Hall} and alma mater to the likes of Katherine Jenkins and Sir Elton John.
#11: A cellular tower or television satellite dish.  The BT Tower in central London.
#12: A public restroom/toilet.  In the ladies of a restaurant in Canary Wharf. {This is probably the weakest find of all 21 items.}
#13: A merry go-round or carousel.  The funfair arrived on the Common in time for the Eid celebrations.  Their perimeter fencing this visit was fairly large, which meant an outing for the big lens.
#14: A traffic signal.  The Brainy One remembered this one from his days in the City.  It took some finding, as it's been temporarily moved from its usual site to accommodate building works.  It is currently outside Billingsgate Market.  
How are you getting on with your list?
You can link up with Rinda here


debs14 said...

That is the best traffic signal ever! How clever. You've got some great finds here.

Sian said...

What a traffic signal! I like the restroom because you have very cleverly managed to photograph the mirrors without getting yourself in the picture

Patio Postcards said...

I agree with Sian, great photo of restroom - quite fancy.

Maria Ontiveros said...

Quite a cell tower and a fantastic traffic signal.

BJ said...

Impressive college building. BJ

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

These are all wonderful, but the carousel is unquestionably my favorite. Of course, I adore the public restroom with all the reflecting mirrors, too.

Karen said...

Best traffic signal and cell tower I've seen anywhere! Great finds!

Maggie said...

I like the traffic signal. The Post Office Tower as it was called in my London Days was just round the corner from the Nurses home where I lived for a while.

Maria Ontiveros said...

Thanks for linking up!

JansArtyJunk said...

Loving those traffic signals...Fab Finds! :)

Cathy Keller said...

The traffic signal is unique. I don't know how you would know which way to follow.