CMMC September Alphabet: Words with Letter O

Sunflower, Shadow, and Pollen

The current theme for Cee’s Midweek Madness Challenge is Words that Have the Letter “O” Anywhere in the Middle. Finding the first picture of a Sunflower with its Shadow and Pollen felt a like a triple win when browsing my digital files.

Floating Globe, Iowa State Fairgrounds

The globe in front of the Agricultural Building on the Iowa State Fairgrounds rotates randomly as it floats on water. When I look at the second picture of the globe, I see a hand (upside down South America) holding a heart (reflection of building and trees).

Thinking of hearts, here’s an old picture of heart-shaped cookie cutters.

Cookie Cutters

These spools of thread were set up on embroidery machines to embroider logos on mattress coverings at Brooklyn Bedding in Mesa, Arizona.

Spools of Thread at Brooklyn Bedding

When the words “Crayola Crayonscrossed my mind this morning, I knew I’d have to dig out the boxes of color crayons for a picture. I think that the old box of 16 was in a care package I received when I was in college way back when!

Boxes of Crayola Color Crayons

Thanks, Cee, for another fun challenge!

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