So my Saturday caption picture is back. I’m a bit out of practice so I don’t have a current photo to use, I’ll have to get my eye back in. So I’ve been trawling the archives for a shot for you to caption and come up with one that I love. This picture was taken in a fab little playground at Tan-y-Bwlch station on the Ffestiniogg railway in North Wales. There’s a bit of a railway theme going on and you can just see the signal levers (is that the correct term?) behind him. Anyway the idea is that you think of a caption and pop it in the comments below.
No exit from burial site. This week’s caption day pictures was taken on our holiday in August. We went to Sutton Hoo for the day and visited the famous burial mounds there which date from Anglo-Saxon times. We spotted this sign there and thought that would make a great Saturday is Caption Day picture. So can you caption it?
As you know, we are in the middle of having our kitchen done this week. This picture was taken somewhere along the path from destruction to construction and I did immediately think Saturday is Caption Day. Now I’m not sure what is dead and what it would be doing above our new kitchen ceiling. I’m not even sure exactly where this spot is now as it’s been covered up with plasterboard. I’m kind of hoping it’s wires rather than something that is going to get a bit smelly. What’s your theory? What do you think? Can you caption it?
Last week I told you how H has been setting up some pictures for Saturday is Caption Day. This is another such picture. We took this when we went to Blists Hills in Ironbridge, where we had a lovely day out. All of a sudden he asked me to take a picture of this for #satcap. He’s wearing the cap that we were given by Next only the day before, but within minutes of this picture being taken, he’d lost his hat. He was very upset about it.
So what do you think of H’s snake hat creation? Can you caption it?