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This week's theme is “Share any photo” and I decided to share this one that I took of my friend’s collection of tops. What great toys they are! I do a lot of toy shopping these days for my nephews, and it’s hard to find toys that don’t need batteries or a degree in engineering to put together. This photo makes me nostalgic!


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I've always loved spinning tops for children. Those are so colorful and make a great shot all together.

Anne:

I love it! The colours are so vibrant.

I agree about how hard it is to find simple toys that appeal to kids...even the new board games have electronic bits these days!

imac:

This photo is TOPS for PH.

pop and see my Angels.

Wow what a great collection of toys. Very colorful and lovely. Happy Hunting!

yep, I played with those when I was a kid, and my kids played with them, very cool

John:

Lovely shot!

Lovely photo and so colorful! My 28 yr. old son had one and he loved it! Your photo brought back memories of his childhood. Sigh.

Great photo! I love the colors :)

I have a little wooden top. It is sad that many of our "non technological creative thinking toys" are disappearing. Great choice!

That's one cool collection. I wish I thought about collecting tops.

Have a great weekend.

Kathy (Trekcapri):

Hi Annie, Cool photo! I agree with your take on today's selection of toys.

Thanks for sharing. That was a great photo.

Kim:

Way cool - the colors are so vivid; good pick!

That's a beautiful, colorful picture for this week's PhotoHunt! And I remember those toys... Haven't seen one in years.

Wow, what a super collection they have. It made for a neat photo, too!

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