You begged me.
But you know how I am; I'm going to do it anyway.
It's time again for a catch-up on the 30 Days Of Photography Challenge.
The challenge, the hideously-deformed offspring of bloggers Ziva and Mike, sets a different topic every day for a month; one topic, one photo, every day. Last week, I did the first fourteen days in one entry.
Hell yeah, I'm a rulebreaker.
Today? Another seven days. More bloody weirdness.
Actually (that most English of words), I rather like these. Of course, by the time you read this, I'll be behind everyone again; Ziva posts early, the young scamp.
So as ever, I blame Ziva. You can blame Mike if you like.
Anyway, here we go.
Day 15 – My Favourite Food
I was going to photograph it, honestly. But it was so hot and delicious, and demanded to be ravished.
Day 16 - Bullshit
There's important things going on in the world. But we're fed this shit. Bread and circuses.
Day 17 – Coins
The contents of my suit pocket. And it's a rare day; I'm carrying money. Yes, yes, and a nut; shiny, isn't it?
Day 18 - QWERTY
I admit it; I'm unconventional. And a fan of Godzilla; I'm sure I'm not the only one.
Day 19 - Steel
We all like shiny stuff. Even when blackened and tarnished. In the bathroom, though? Look, it works; go with it.
Day 20 - Nails
Yes, I had to squeeze hard to hang onto them; it ended up like a scene from HELLRAISER.
Day 21 – Broken
They're resurfacing my housing estate. Every day, a different road closure. The roads torn up again, bricks everywhere. Breaks my heart.
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