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Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Special Exposure/Wordless Wednesday ~ What Is That Anyway? Part 2

Since a lot of you had fun last week with our first round of What Is That Anyway? I decided to try it again this week and see how it goes. Of the people that did guess last week, no answers were correct. You were stumped! That makes the score Home~1, Visitors~0 for those of you keeping track. ;0) I am posting 3 pictures this time to add to the fun! Here are the pics for this week:

I know they are slightly blurry but that is my way of cheating! LOL Just kidding ~ you will have to bear with me until I hopefully get my hands on a new camera sometime soon. Now, all you have to do is leave your guesses in the comment section and tune back in Thursday when I reveal the answers! I suppose I should give a clue since I did last week so here it is: These items were all found in our house. Great clue ~ right? I bet there will be a lot of correct answers for Part 2 ~ I can't wait to find out! Good luck!
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  1. I think the bottom one is the inside of a tomatoe but the other two I don't even have guesses :-)

  2. I think the bottom is the inside of a grapefruit....I am going to guess the top is a page out of a book and the middle one...I have No idea!!!

  3. I think the top one is part of a poster, the middle one is the part of a shower head, and the bottom one is the inside of a tomato.

  4. Great pics! I think 1 is a story book, 2 is a pencil sharpener and 3 is a tomato?

  5. well the last one is definitely a tomato slice...the middle one almost looks like the hole for a pencil sharpener because of the gray markings like hitting it with a pencil...the top hmmm maybe a story book illustration?

  6. the firsts one stump me, but like the other comments I believe the last one is a close up shot of the inside of a tomato.
    Happy WW

  7. Yeah, you've stumped me with the first two, though I'll agree the first looks like a page out of book. The last picture is definitely a tomato.

  8. Well, the first I guess is part of a mobile or some other soft toy. The second looks like a blurry sink, but I'm going to say it's an eye to a robot toy, and the third one does kindof look like "insides" but it is obviously a tomato on close inspection.

    Very fun! I am going to steal your idea one day. But I so rarely have it together that it won't be anytime soon!!

    Have a great wednesday.

  9. I'm going to say the first one is a cover of a book. The second one is a lense of some sort? The last one is definitely a tomato.

    I like this game!

  10. Great idea!
    Let see I think the first picture is a children's toys or mobile,
    2nd pic is a suction cup?
    3rd pic a tomato

  11. Love your blog and your writing is beautiful! Don't know how I've missed you all this time! I know the last pic is a tomato, but beyond that, I'm stumped!!

  12. Last one is a tomato!!
    Top one appears to be a picture? maybe a painting on the wall?

    Btw, come join our blog party today!! lots o prizes and fun! And i dont want to feel like a complete doo-dah for no one playing, so its an added benefit of me begging you.


  13. Well I would have to take my three guess's...& they are...
    1. picture from a book/poster
    2. I had my husband take a look & he says its the dot on a dice cube =) as for me I have no idea
    3. I believe this one to be the inside of a tomato.


  14. This is so much fun Rachelle! You always come up with such great ideas.

    My guesses:

    1) Part of a blanket or play mat.
    2) light fixture on the ceiling
    3) tomato slice (inside part)

  15. A wall mural
    A marble candlestick
    A tomato

    And btw... to get really clearn close-ups, use the macro (the tulip) setting on the camera. FUN!

    Justine :o )

  16. What a fun idea! I would never have guessed what the second one was...


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