A tower. Believe it or not, this building used to be my primary school! It was turned into a private home in the 1970s but had been a school up until then. It dates back to 1850 apparently - I know for a fact that my grandmother, my mother and I all went there. And now it's up for sale again. When I looked at this website, I couldn't believe how it has changed since I sat there learning my 'times tables'. Anyhow, the square structure on the roof is definitely the picture I will be using for my 'Tower'.
A funny sign. Looks as if however you are feeling, you need to pop into this cafe for a cup of coffee.
These candles look good enough to eat! The Laura Ashely shop in town is closing down so of course I had to pop in for a last browse.
A cloud in the shape of something. Boy am I struggling with this one! And because I think you need quite some imagination to see what I am seeing, I've added a few pointers. I think it looks like the profile of a face. But now I'm wondering if it is more like a cow standing sideways. I think I may be revisiting this one!
Now I know the prompt said police car or fire truck and this quite clearly doesn't come into either of those. I saw it chained to a lamp post outside the supermarket on Friday and it made me smile. Is this for chasing criminals who are not looking to get a quick get away? I need to check to see the rights and wrongs of photographing police cars, I don't want to get taken away in the interests of my scavenging!
And finally, an animal in an aquarium. Just look at this little cutie sunbathing under his heat lamp! I say 'little cutie' but I'm not sure that I would want to actually reach in and give him a cuddle. I prefer my pets with soft fluffy fur on!
So that is 15 done now and whilst part of me is standing back with a warm satisfied glow, I know that I am now left with a few that may cause a few issues.