Friday, August 7, 2020

SPSH - July Link Up

It's time for the Summer Photo Scavenger Hunt July link up!  My June link up post is here.

#6.  Something in the shape of a triangle:  A percussion instrument that is known as a triangle!

#6: Something in the Shape of a Triangle

#7.  Something that displays a rule(s):  Rules for playing a board game (UpWords) by yourself:

#7.  Something that Displays a Rule(s)

Only a few photos for July.  Need to do better in August!

Thank you, Mary Lou for setting this up.  

Here is the list, with the items I have photographed crossed out:

  1. A favourite piece of jewelry
  2. Something with or in a knot
  3. Something with the colours of your country’s flag
  4. A toy you play with
  5. Something you have more than one of
  6. Something in the shape of a triangle
  7. Something that displays a rule(s)
  8. A leaf longer than your hand
  9. Something that starts with the initial of your name (first or last)
  10. Something smaller than a paper clip
  11. Something you need to throw away
  12. Something that holds your favourite beverage
  13. A rubber band/elastic in use
  14. Something with wheels
  15. Something inherited
  16. Something with rough texture
  17. Something naturally round
  18. Something that can go in the water
  19. A stone/rock/pebble with some colour in it
  20. Something with the number 7 in it

Alt A. An animal statue

Alt B. Something heavier than your shoe
Alt C. Something with four sides


  1. I didn't realise it was possible to play a solo version of Upwards. I'll definitely be buying a copy of the game now I know that. We used to play it years ago but none of the friends I have now enjoy playing games, something I love and miss doing.

    Two good selections for the hunt.

    1. I sometimes pretend to be two people, set up two lots of tiles and take turns playing against myself! :D It's been a while since I last played, though.

      Thank you. :)

  2. I think I have a triangle somewhere in the basement and I have no idea where we got it from! I would have no problem finding a photo of a rubber band in use, as whenever I buy broccoli or green onions they always seem to be bound with rubber bands. My problem is what to do with the rubber bands. I wish they could be recycled, other than rare uses I might find for one or two of them.

    1. This triangle was bought, along with some bells and a tambourine, for my daughter, when she was a preschooler. The tambourine got tossed, years ago, but, I kept the triangle and the bells. Don't ask me of the many things that I've kept because I might find a use for them, one day.

      As for rubber bands, you could always make one of those rubber band balls! Not sure what you'd do with one after you make it, though! LOL. I just did a search for rubber band crafts and found all kinds of things from empty cans covered in rubber bands and used as pencil holders to trees to lampshades! :D

    2. I do actually have a 2 1/2 inch diameter rubber band ball in the junk drawer, using the thin blue bands. It bounces nicely on the kitchen floor but I don't really need a rubber ball made out of rubber bands! 😃

  3. Had a big chuckle at your to-do photo list. Very innovative ideas. I remember at school learning to tap the triangle in a band - I think I got that task as I was not at all musical and couldn't wreck the music group effort if I only got to do the odd tap.

    1. It is a good list, isn't it? Mary Lou at Patio Postcards came up with the list.

      I'm sure you contributed much to the music group with your triangle playing. :)

  4. Always fun to pop in and see what you are up to---love the list. It really can keep a person focused! Have a great Sunday- xo Diana

    1. Thanks, Diana. Hope all is well with you. :)

  5. Well done Bless & thank you for joining in with SPSH. I like that triangle, I think I could even play that (lol).

    1. Thank you, Mary Lou; thank you for hosting the SPSH. Ha, ha, a triangle is a good instrument to play! :)

  6. I hadn't thought of a percussion instrument for the Triangle prompt, but it couldn't be more perfect!


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