Wednesday, 31 January 2018

Winter Photo Scavanger Hunt - My First Finds

Eileen at: Bracelet of Days & her good friend Joy  are co-hosting another Winter Photographic Scavenger Hunt.  Please check their sites for the end of month link in & to see what others have found.   
 
I knew that I wanted to participate, it's just finding time & weather that matches up on the same day or two ...

Here are my first finds

 
#4 A Winter Tail

#6 Wrapping Paper

#7 On The Water

#8 Silver

#13 A Line Of (grocery carts)
#14 Stones

#16 A Sense of History (old Woollen Mills)

#17 Many (windscreen washer)
#25 A Heart (potato)

#24 Steam




10 comments:

  1. Great finds Mary-Lou! I like your "on the water", "line" and "sense of history". The shopping trolleys are also a great contender for "many". Blimey!

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    1. Thank you. I am trying to keep winter within my finds as much as possible. The sense of history is the ruins in the conservation park in the centre of our little village. In the summer so pay to have their wedding photos taken there. It's a beautiful spot all year.

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  2. You have wonderful finds here--like Lady Ella, I love the grocery carts, but also the beautiful silver ornament, the snow-covered stones, and the fluffy squirrel's tail!

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    1. The squirrel is one of our American Greys & we have named her Charlotte. Her tail is often wrapped around her on these cold winter days. I got the grocery carts as I was waiting for Costco to open & the line just caught my photography eye.

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  3. The photograph of 'many' is genius!

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    1. Thanks. We go through so much windscreen fluid in the winter. I like the pink caps on the jugs.

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  4. There are some great ones here. I too like the trolleys and the many. It's really seeing the prompts in such ordinary places and making a great photo out of them. I've got to like the potato too. We get them from time to time.

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    1. Thanks Maggie. I thought the potato was pushing it but it was just one that stood out.

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  5. Hang on a minute - a Winter Scavenger Hunt? How did I not know about this? ! I will definitely be keeping an eagle eye out for the Summer one starting! Some great finds here, I bet no one else finds a heart shaped potato.

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    1. Thanks. My potato escaped baking for several days before being eaten. Oh Debs I sorry that you missed the posts. It's not too late to join in ...

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