Although I've been busy, you can't stop me photographeering - not since I got my trusty new phone and always have the means to snap a pic!
1. A black cat:
1. A black cat:
Not the best pic of my friend's cat, the light was terrible and my new phone is not THAT trusty, as it turns out!
Candles and books ... similar to Alex's!
3. Crunchy leaves:
I was thinking of kicking through piles of colourful dry leaves when I first saw this category, but it's been a pretty damp old month so I had to catch some leaves before they'd actually fallen.
Like Kathy, I think mine's more 'low cloud', but it's the closest I could get. You can always rely on the Lakes for a bit of low cloud!
The pulpit in Carlisle Cathedral.
This is on a bus stop near my friend's house in Co. Durham. No idea what it's supposed to mean but it makes me smile every time I drive past it.
The site upon which Carlisle Castle stands has been an important fortress site since Roman times and Mary, Queen of Scots was a 'guest' there for a while.
Some mini pumpkins-on-sticks in a florist-cum-cafe in Carlisle (very zoomed in on my phone).
This is the Infinity Bridge on the River Tees. I panicked at the end of the month when I realised I didn't have a 'river' picture, and the clocks had gone back and I had no more daylight. Then I remembered the reflection effects for this bridge are better in the dark so I popped along on my way home from work and luckily it was a really still night.
10. Something eerie:
Some of the holograms at Keswick's Puzzling Place are pretty creepy, not sure about eerie!
I have to admit this is a bit of a cheat, taken on 30th September. Pretty sunsets seem to have been thin on the ground in October...
12. Witch's hat/broomstick:
A couple of the ladies dressed up for the Halloween ParkRun. Can you imagine how many members of the public said they should just get on their brooms and fly round? Lots, that's how many.
Thanks so much to Kathy for organising! See more interpretations in the Flickr group here. I'm definitely feeling my photo mojo at the minute and trying to think of some good subjects for November. Hope you can join in!