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PhotoHunt: Plastic

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This week's theme is "Plastic."

It was kinda funny when I started looking and realized that everything I had that would work for this theme were photos of plastic TOYS. :)

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You just showed us how many plastic products appear in our daily life. Great take.

Mar:

Great shots for the theme! Love the hairdo on the last pic :)
So glad you liked my "thingy", happy ph and happy weekend !!

Sue:

These are great pics for the theme :) Gotta love hula hoops :)

sandrac:

Wow, that's all kinds of plastic! Very fun.

My nieces would surely love all those toys you have. :)

Pss.. love that spikey hairstyle.. :P

Fun set of shots for the theme. When my daughter was little she wasn't half as into her hula hoop as I was. I used to have a blast demonstrating how to use the hoop.

Pat:

Loads of fun photos!!

Happy Weekend.

Anna:

Great collection of plastic you have!

Have a great weekend! :)
Anna

G'day - how is your weekend going? It's Saturday morning here and I am on my electric blanket with two of the three cats, reading all the PhotoHunt entries. :)

Loved yours. :)

But the great thing about plastic toys is the color - which you've captured beautifully! I was kind of stumped, so mine is a bit "cheap". So to speak.:-)

Perfect catch for photohunt's theme...Happy weekend! Hope you can visit mine too...

Love that last photo and that hair... Maybe there's plastic in there too... laughs.

jmb:

Great photos for this theme. There are so many brilliant colours available in plastic.
Happy weekend to you.

These are fun photos! :)

It is fun indeed. Happy weekend. TC. Mine is ready.

ann:

Wonderful photos of plastic... Loved them all!

YTSL:

Re that last photo: is the hair plastic too?! :O

Plastic is really found everywhere :) Especially when it comes to toys made for kids.
Have a good weekend!

love that kid's hair!

great captures for the theme. i love the last pic and the punk hair.

Aloha from Maui!

Very nice photos:) The children look like they're having fun!

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Cindy O

Lovely photos - looks fun!

Great shots, so colorful! Love the mohawk at the end my type of haircut when I was young but never had the courage to go all the way! Have a great weekend ;-)

Got to love the hula hoop. Great take! Menehune

Kathy (Trekcapri):

Hi Annie, this is such a perfect and fun take on this week's theme. The humpty dumpty toy is cute and I love the hula hoop boy with the hairdoo at the end!

Thanks for posting these great wonderful photos! Have a great weekend!

bing:

colorful! colorful!

I love the hoola hooping Mohawk hair guy picture.

Hula hoops! I loved hula hoops when I was a child! Is that Mr. Potato Head? My kids spent countless hours playing with it and putting the lips on theirs. Silly kids! Great choice of photos for the theme.

Have a wonderful long weekend!

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Hi Maria, I think it's Humpty Dumpty. But Mr. Potato Head would be great for this theme too!

Love those hula hoops! And my son would love the photo of the boy with a mohawk because he recently had his hair cut in that same style (minus the dye).

srp:

My daughter is grown and gone and now we have no plastic toys... except for a few balls that belong to the cats... great shots! Mine is up here.

Cute Humpty Dumpty! I used to love to Hula Hoop. We have them at school, but sadly my talent with the hoop did not carry over to adulthood. Great hairdo in your final photo :)

Love the hula hoops and the blowup castle. Fun set this week.

Lots of plastics there! Great shots for this week's theme.

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