Tuesday, March 3, 2009

Alphabet Finds: M and N

Ever on the lookout for new and different challenges, I've taken on Melli's alphabet challenge. The idea is to find each letter of the alphabet in a naturally occurring state. In other words (or in other letters), no fair using the 'S' in a stop sign; rather you need to find something that is shaped like an 'S'.

This week: M and N. I was determined to find these in more natural settings. M was successful; N moderately so; I added an extra N in case the sky one didn't pass muster.

Here's a whole string of Ms. MMMMM.

Do you see the N? It's sort of diagonal and skinny.

And a small n just 'n case. Lower case, that is. There are several letters there: F (cropped a bit), i, n. Not sure why this fencing was assembled this way. Curious.


Charlene Amsden said...

I see your N in the sky and I think it was brilliant of you to spot it! I also see the N in the fence and I agree, it's odd.

Hootin' Anni said...

Fabulous!!!! Those "M's" would work if you flipped the photo for "W" too.

Love the sky shot.

Mine are posted. Just scroll down to the last of my Wednesday post.

Melli said...

I LOVE YOUR "N" -- I have a different letter that I found in the sky! Darn YOU for using one first! LOL! And I love all your Ms too -- could be Ws as well!

Anonymous said...

I love the M in the reflection and the N in the sky! That is an unusual fence design! Good work!

Jientje said...

My favourites are the reflection and the sky shot!! Very well done Terri!

Serena said...

M or W...and N or Z! I love it.

Unknown said...

I love these letter entries! I'm thinking I need to do a series soon. Seems like such a challenge to find each letter. :)

Terri said...

They're not all challenging Lisa, but some sure are. I doubt I'll have trouble finding an O - just want to make it interesting.

Carletta said...

Great finds!

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