Cee’s Oddball Photo Challenge: Week 35

Posted: October 26, 2014 in Cee's Photo Challenges, Uncategorized
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After church and football, my favorite part of Sunday is the Oddball Photo Challenge.  My entries this week start in France, help assuage my hunger during a 9-hour Lufthansa flight, then end up back home at Trader Joe’s as autumn hits.  Enjoy!

Camouflage?  Oriental tats?


These snacks were awesome and they had a cute wrapper, too.


Oddball pumpkins at TJ’s


Coming Tuesday: the first post with hints for taking better photos with your phone.

  1. Interesting photos. 😍

  2. vastlycurious.com says:

    A puppy in a shadow ! ? Nice shot Janet! 🌷

    • Ahh, yes, shadows (which aren’t nearly as interesting sounding as my facetious ideas), but no puppy. This is a full-grown and large Rhodesian Ridgeback. Happy Sunday, Kathryn.


  3. coolquilting says:

    wow those pumpkins sure are oddball! Looking forward to Tuesday’s post.

  4. Cee Neuner says:

    Wonderful odd balls for this week. Thanks so much Janet for playing.

  5. That oddball pumpkin that I think they call a peanut pumpkin is really the strangest thing ever. 🙂

  6. Isn’t Trader Joe’s the best?
    Your Sunday sounds exactly like mine except I do a total rest from my electronics.
    Well … Except my smart phone. 😄😃😀nice entries …

  7. billgncs says:

    good ole bokkie –

  8. Nice photos. Some are quite strange to me but the ideas is interesting ^^ Thanks for sharing!

    • That’s the idea behind the Oddball Photo Challenge, to use either photos that don’t really fit anywhere else or that are just odd. I’m glad you enjoyed them and thanks for visiting.


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