It’s been a while since I’ve participated in Cee’s Odd Ball Photo Challenge, so I looked in my files and found these:
I love this rooster sculpture, but it’s also a little odd, isn’t it?
I can’t remember why I needed a picture of jam.
This arrangement of rocks along a trail in a desert park reminds me of the Flintstone’s couch.
Ah, public art. This is supposed to be a map of our city. Why can’t I find my house?
I’m not sure I want to know how someone lost her tank top along the jogging path.
I love unicorns wherever I find them. Even inflatables. But they’re odd, right?
These chains are actually part of a mailbox stand. My submission for Cee’s Odd Ball Photo Challenge this week.
Sorry, it’s a little blurry, but that raises the creepiness factor. This is a mechanical clown in the Musical Instrument Museum in Phoenix, Arizona.
I hereby submit it for my entry in Cee’s Odd Ball Photo Challenge.
On my morning walk on Saturday, I took lots of pictures, mostly flowers I’ve already posted, but also a couple with the Daily Post Photo Challenge prompt, “abstract,” in mind.
They didn’t turn out abstract enough.
Luckily, they’re perfect odd balls, so here they are:
Creosote gone to seed