1. Something Fuzzy
3. A Web
4. A Zig Zag
5. A Seasonal Relaxing Space / Item
An outdoor cafe area at Mells Walled Garden
Then for an item a fire pit.
6. A Pipe.
I took a few of these but this one at Tyntesfield is definitely the finest.
7. The Inside of Something.
A wedding marquee
8. Rust or Something Derelict.
Rust is definitely the trendy garden decoration.
This isolated barn is heading towards being very derelict.
9. A Kite or balloon.
10. Something yellow.
Okay I know it's a bit orange but they are beautiful!
11. A toy only found out from June until September.
12. A wedding.
Our niece of course.
13. A dome.
14. Someone fishing.
15. Something crafted from wood.
16. A baby (human or animal).
Had to be both.
17. Circles or crosses in architecture.
18. A fan.
Now it was only when I went through the list that I realised I had totally missed this one. This caused a moment of panic. Older daughter was sent to take a picture of the huge fan at the end of the chicken house which helps to keep the shed cool on hot days.
Meanwhile I gave it some consideration and came up with this picture of our favourite little chap. He is definitely a fan. He's a fan of tractors and also a real fan of 'farmer Sam' as he calls older daughter.
19. Feet of man or beast.
Again it's got to be both.
20. Something found underground.
21. A plaque.
This may not look much of a plaque but it has significance to us. It is placed at the entrance to Victoria Park and one of those unfortunate victims was my paternal grandmother.
22. A dial.
23.Something powered by wind.
24. Seasonal food or drink.
A tasty summer dessert shaped as a pyramid at the wedding of my Egyptian friends.
The quintessential English summer drink. Anyone for croquet?
25. A hat.