The time has come to show the final choices for Eileen's Winter Photography Scavenger Hunt. It has been great fun taking and choosing the photos. It has been equally good fun looking at everyone else's choices.
So here goes with the final line up.
The remarkable layered rocks on the west coast of South Island New Zealand known as Pancake Rocks.
A typewriter on the window sill of a bar in Prague where we stopped for a late afternoon beer. Can you spot anything a bit different about these keys?
17. A church with a tower or spire.
4. A signpost with an image of an animal.
I couldn't choose a favourite! All found in New Zealand.
It has to be this figure of the faithful and hard working collie at Lake Tekapo, New Zealand. A monument to the invaluable part these dogs play in sheep farming in the Mackenzie region.
Again in New Zealand. The only penguin we saw at Curio Bay.
The amazing Huka Falls on the Waikato River, North Island New Zealand.
The first stretch on the Certovka canal as it branches off from the River Vitava in Prague.
Some Bohemian glass in a shop window in Prague. The glassware looked particularly enticing by night when the windows were lit up.
8. A seasonal treat.
Christmas seems a long time ago but this festive stall had all sorts of festive treats on offer in the Southgate Shopping Centre in Bath.
A diamond shape incorporated into a window in the entrance to Chew Stoke Chapel. I spotted this when packing away after this month's lunch club for senior citizens.
10. Winter weather.
This sign comes out each year when we have potatoes for sale from September to March/ April. Any hint of snow will bring the customers flooding in to stock up with a large bag to keep them going in case the weather gets worse.
11. A photo taken outside at night.
This fairy tale picture of Tyn Church is from The Old Town Square in Prague. It was our view while sat eating our supper outside.
12. A market
We came across this in Tekapo, New Zealand. It is the loading ramps of an outdoor sheep market. We were not sure whether it is still used but we could imagine the thousands of sheep being transported here and held in pens ready to be auctioned.
Or market stall
Some tasty colourful snacks for sale at a stall by the river in Prague.
The intricate workings of a pocket watch.
This shows the two gear sticks on the classy little four wheel drive which is used as a work horse around the farm.
A large number of flip flops as part of a Sculpture at the Headland Sculpture on the Gulf on Waiheke Island, New Zealand.
Touching the plaque of St John of Nepomuk on Charles Bridge, Prague. It is said that it will bring you back to Prague again.
16. A memory of your childhood.
Our beloved childhood rocking horse. Ridden and adored by many children.
17. A church with a tower or spire.
The cathedral of Saint Vitus has two spires and a tower. Only one spire is visible in this view taken from the busy courtyard of Prague Castle.
My choice for this is a little obscure. This is the Statue of Justice on the roof of the Guildhall, Bath. She holds in her hands the 'tools' of justice. A sword representing the power and strength of justice and the scales to represent the balance and fairness.
19. Bird table
Made by my daughter.
Or bird feeder.
I love this home made feeder hung in a tree in Petrin Park, Prague
A glacial cave at the terminal end of Fox Glacie, New Zealand. Imagine the temperature of that melting water.
An impromptu gathering in Old Town Square, Prague to watch the bubbles. A feeling of community and well being is seen in the watching crowd.
A. Pine cone.
One of the many by Lake Tekapo.
It has been suggested that this is Mary Poppins. I'm afraid it's just me!
I have shown these angels climbing Jacobs Ladder on the front of Bath Abbey before. This one appears to be a bit of a fallen angel.
So that's it! All over for another year. Many thanks to Eileen for hosting this and I look forward to popping over to see everyone else's finds.