Friday, 31 July 2015

Photo Scavenger Hunt




This is one project I really enjoy doing, I don't need much encouragement to get out there with my camera.
 The list of word helps to look for things I might not have photographed.
Have a look over at Greenthumb and see what other people have snapped.  

Thanks to Greenthumb of Made with Love for organising the hunt.




D is for?



Spotted this Dunnock dozing in the sunshine. 



Wide


The wide open spaces up on Yeadon Banks.




Edge



I love how the petals on this rose curl over as it opens up, it has the most beautiful smell too.




Cylindrical



This is my Bee vase, love the little Bee sat on the side.






Feelings
Happy, son number two got his first job.





Mysterious


Dark woods at Esholt


Weed


One of my many favourite weeds which aren't weeds really. 




Joke
This was on a wall down a side street.






Pile


Whether it's at the beach or a river, we have to make a pile of stones.



Speed


Windmill spinning in the wind ! but were is the wind when you need it !!






Night

Night had to be Moths, my favourite  thing at the moment.




Whatever you want
Making Butterflies out of Hama beads.







26 comments:

  1. Wonderful collection of images. I love the sweet Dunnock and the beautiful flowers. Happy Friday, have a great weekend!

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    1. Thanks Eileen, the Dunnock is my favourite garden bird, so pleased to get a good photo of it....
      Amanda xx

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  2. Your photos for the scavenger hunt got me smiling. Congrats on your son no. 2 getting his first job. Snap re. weed/thistle and that one made me think - when is a weed a weed? Have a lovely weekend! :)

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    1. Thanks Linda, glad you like my photos, have a lovely weekend too..
      Amanda xx

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  3. Great photos as always. Love the dozing dunnock! Wide, mysterious and weed are favourites too. Congratulations to your son :)

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    1. Thank Julie, thanks for the lovely comment..have a lovely weekend..
      Amanda xx

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  4. A good set of photos :) I like the dunnock and Joke! Great shot for pile too, and mysterious!

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    1. Thanks Louise, glad you like the photos..
      Amanda xx

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  5. A superb set of photos Amanda. I especially like Wide and Speed and the moody Mysterious.

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    1. Hi Fiona and thanks for the lovely comment..
      Amanda xx

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  6. I love all of your finds!!! So creative! The ones for cylinder and the beautiful bead butterflies are my faves! xx

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    1. Thanks Amy, my vase was a last minuet thought and I just love making things with Hama beads...
      Amanda xx

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  7. Lovely photos, as always. I'm strangely drawn to the Hama bead butterflies, that could be a summer holiday craft, I'll have to add it to my list!! Sarah

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    1. Thanks Sarah, there is soooo many ideas to do with hama beads on pinterest, you can make some lovely coasters..it will fill a rainy afternoon or more....
      Amanda xx

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  8. Great post and photos - I always love your interpretation of the words. Congratulations to your son on his new job :)

    I love that bee vase - where did you get it? Its absolutely gorgeous :)

    The hama bead butterflies are beautiful too :)

    Have a good weekend.

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    1. Thanks RR, hope he will do OK in his new job, anything to get him out of bed before two ! loves his sleep..
      Bee vase is from Asda, I also have a plaque from the same set saying "Bee happy". My sister says I have never grown up, so love making things with hama beads....
      Amanda xx

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  9. Great photos, especially the Dunnock and the bee vase. :-)

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    1. Thanks Deb, sweet little bird the Dunnock and they have a lovely song too...
      Amanda xx

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  10. Great photos, love the Dunnock, I had thistle for weed too. Love your mysterious, joke and pile photos and the bead butterflies:)

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    1. Thanks Rosie, I think we are all noticing thistles at the moment, wonderful plant for insects..
      Amanda xx

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  11. Thanks for taking part in this months scavenger hunt. I really like your photos of, weed, pile and whatever you want. Greenthumb

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    1. Thank you Greenthumb, glad you like the photos..
      Amanda xx

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  12. D is for darling, Amanda; and that dunnock is Darling!!!! Congrats to son #2 on his job! And the joke is so funny!!!! Nicely done this month. Liked your more recent post as well. Here in Nova Scotia (where I'm visiting) the saying is that the red on the Queen Anne's lace is blood from Queen Anne ricking her finger.

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    1. Thanks you Fundy Blue for such a kind comment, beautiful plant Queen Ann had read about the blood from her finger...Amanda xx

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  13. Great and interesting selection as usual, Amanda! Love that joke one, haha! xx

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    1. Thanks Mandy, had seen the sign a few weeks back, got OH to take the photo with his phone as I new I could use the image one day....
      Amanda xx

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