Not sure that I have any ‘Bright’ Pink but here’s what I found for Cee’s Midweek Madness Challenge this week.

A pale pink T-Shirt…


…It’s faded a bit since it was new 😦 Called ‘From Truckers with Love’, it was sold by SCS Software as part of a fund-raising event for Breast Cancer charities. You can read about the event here.

A Red Onion…


…They always look pink to me 🙂

Rear cover of The Bishops album, Cross Cuts…


…Quite a strong Pink that one!

Finally, some pink Coral…


…Detail from a Fornasetti tie.

And, yes, I have worn both items of clothing in this post! 😉

After a weekend break it’s time to catch up with Cee’s Midweek Madness Challenge 🙂

Let’s start with Crassula ovata…

Money Plant

…Growing from a single fallen, leaf it has just started to branch.

Meanwhile, in the garden…


…One of our resident snails foraging for algae on a fence post.

Another indoor plant, an Orchid…


…If you recognise the type of Orchid, please let me know in the comments!

Finally, something electro-mechanical…

Lit grill

…Do not adjust your eyes! 😉

It seems there’s one Trucking Event after another at the moment. Barely recovered from cruising Montana and we’re being asked to deliver cargoes to an exhibition in Hanover! So, once more, I’m running a bit behind schedule for Cee’s Midweek Madness Challenge. This week we’re looking at Fruit

No one said the fruit had to be edible though 😉 Here’s Ribes sanguineum…

American Currant

…Flowering Currant. The berries when first ripe are black with a bluish tinge. While they are edible, the taste is insipid – so bad that even the birds leave them to decay on the bush!

Late season unripe Blackberries…

Unripe Blackberries

…They’ll probably be ready to eat in a week or so.

Bananas and Kiwi fruit…

Bananas and Kiwi

…Definitely ripe and edible – I’m surprised the bananas have survived this long with Alasdair home from uni! 😉

Epi’s lunchbox selection…

Avocado and Pineapple

…Avocado and Pineapple.