Did I promise you a doozy for this week’s Macro Monday? I think I did, didn’t I? But perhaps it’s not fair, since you found last week’s difficult enough. And I thought it was so easy, too!
Well. Have a go at this one and see what you think. To me it looks obvious, but I did take the photo. Tee hee. I think most of you will struggle. But struggle on, valiant bloggers! Just think how proud you’ll be if you guess correctly!
This fairly commonplace object was photographed in the garden, as you see, and it was out there for good reason, but quite a lot of the time it lives in the house. It’s old now, and a little rusted, but still works just as well as it did when it was brand new.
Don’t forget that you can click to enlarge it, but you’ll have to click again on the next page to get the full sized version. And since I can’t think of any other clues to give you that wouldn’t be a dead giveaway, off you go now. You’re on your own.
The answer will appear on Tuesday evening, as usual, in the form of a picture link at the bottom of this post. I’ll write in the comments then, too. I don’t want to answer people till then, because I might say something which will help you guess, and that would be unfair to those who join in late.
Ha! Well, I did say it would be really difficult this week, and so it has proved. Once again not one of you guessed correctly, and this is only the second time this has happened. Nobody was really close on this one, although if I have to pick the best guess it would be Jama with the very vague ‘some kind of tool’. Also, Margaret was ‘slightly warm’ with her guess which included the phrase ‘at the end of a handle’, and Annelie scores a point or two also for mentioning ‘handle’. Now you’re really intrigued, aren’t you? Tee hee.
Go here, and all will become clear! This thing hasn’t changed in my lifetime, and was probably designed early last century!
Once again, thanks for being such good sports and taking part in my puzzle! Next week will seem like a doddle in comparison! Now there’s something to look forward to!