Guess What This Is Aug 3, 2011

Normally on Wednesdays, but not always, since life often times throws a me a curve ball, I post a close up photo of something I have seen lately at the top of my post. The following week, I post the answer at the bottom of the page and a new photo to guess on at the top of the page.

The idea is of ‘Guess what this is’, is to see things in a new way and maybe have some fun by making a funny or creative guess, anyone can be correct but only a few amazing individuals can be creative and/or funny or see things in a new way. The post is about FUN. I have a great time reading all the wonderful guesses. And it is amazing to see all the creative and funny guesses that go way beyond correct.

So if you would like to play take a look at the photo at the top of the page and make a guess on what you think it is, or share a creative or funny guess. Please share you guess as a comment. Come back next week on to see the answer which will appear at bottom of the page, and a new photo will be posted at the top of the page to guess on. There are no prizes :) just fun.

Here is this weeks photo…

Guess what this is!

The answer to last weeks post is

Close up of the pfaltzgraff brown drip mixing bowls

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~ by Meg on August 3, 2011.

4 Responses to “Guess What This Is Aug 3, 2011”

  1. Do you have a Facebook page or Twitter? Would love to follow you there, I’m on my iPhone and love reading your stuff!

  2. I think your photo is part of a lobster—and now I’m hungry!

  3. Giant mequite bug in one of its later instars…AND I BEAT RACHEL THIS WEEK! haha!

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