This week’s WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge is to “Share a picture which means BIG to you!” Details of my submissions are below each photo:
The big boxes of watermelons of just a few weeks ago have been replaced with these big boxes of pumpkins. It was unusual to be able to snap a photo of the pumpkin box without people gathered around it, lifting and shifting the pumpkins for just the right one. This box looks freshly stocked with a variety of pumpkins, both big and small.
I don’t play golf, unless putt-putt golf counts, but if I did, seeing this big golf ball sitting on its big tee at the entrance of a golf course would make me want to stop and tee off. I’m sure that’s the point of it being there.
If you live in the U.S. and do much traveling you’re probably familiar with Cracker Barrel restaurants, and the way they have all kinds of antique items hanging on the walls. It’s interesting to see the old advertisements, tools, and other odds and ends, or the old black and white photos of another era. I often recognize things that my grandparents had, or even something I had as a child. Some antiques interest me more than others, and I find sewing related items fascinating, whether it’s old sewing machines, or their various accessories.
When I saw this big display tin that was an antique sewing needle and bobbin dispenser I just had to get a picture of it. It was designed to dispense the needles, bobbin, or shuttle you needed after you dialed in your brand of machine. That seems like a great system, and would have taken the aggravation and guesswork out of buying the right needles and bobbins for your machine.
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