This is a collection of objects that are not where they are supposed to be.
My first object is a motorcycle speedo found on the shore of Caol Scotnish. There was no sign of the rest of the bike and it was heavily wooded with trees and marshy ground and just a footpath to the area. Taken on 18.08.14
A speedboat complete with engine, on a steep slope high above the loch, with sheep grazing nearby. 2017 update-cattle were in the field this year! 2019 cattle still in field. Taken on 19.08.2014
Visiting Kingston Lacey to photograph the snowdrops and came across a yellow plastic spoon!
I was staying in Westbury on Trym for a few days with my dad and brother. When my brother and I were out doing a spot of geocaching we saw this Rich Tea biscuit on a window sill of a very old building. Taken on 06.03.15
On may way to work this morning and came across these coloured balls.
I was out geocaching with my friend Sally. When we came across this potato on College Green. It was not far from the statue of Queen Victoria and facing Bristol cathedral.
A plate of food covered in clingfilm on the roof of a car.
3 miles further on the plate was still on the roof, after 50mph roads and tight corners. A good advert for clingfilm. Though I wouldn’t recomend trying it. Here is a short video of it’s journey.
Opened my car door today to find the beginings of a wasps nest. There are some eggs in a couple of the cells.
The following photos were taken in a picnic area on the shores of Loch Awe. Not many waves on this path!
Driving north along Loch Awe towards Dalmally Scotland and this kettle was on a post. It was there all week.
A pair of goggles on a fence post seen whilst driving towards Kilbury Scotland.
A signpost at the carpark of Westport Beach West coast of Scotland. A good surfing beach. These snails are surfing the board!
I saw this pear in the kerb on the way to work.
Coming home from Scotland and we were in very heavy traffic on the motorway when this lorry passed us.
We were on the way to our holiday in Scotland, when we were in the north of England we saw this on the motorway. I thought that the train was meant to take the strain!