Monday, 30 April 2012

Scavenger hunt April

This is my second attempt at the monthly photo scavenger hunt. I found last month so interesting to see how the title of the photograph could be interpreted in such different ways! I look forward to viewing all the other entrants for April see postcards from the pp for further details.
Rock
The rock is from the Uk Pink Floyd Experience - both the light show and music were spectacular - well worth seeing if you ever get the chance.

In/Out
This one was easy for me it had to be the tide going in and out.

Amazing
I did think about having a picture of the rain, but this is more pleasant -the Dorset coast line.
 Can't live without
 It has to be my family and the sea even if you can't detach the children from their mobiles!
On the move

The train taking our son back to Uni for his last term......


Smile
Daisy our dog always makes me smile and I couldn't persuade anyone else to pose.

 Spring
Tulips are my favourite spring time flower

Multi-coloured
My daughter and I painted our nails in rainbow colours and joined in solidarity with many in the blog world to wish healing thoughts and wishes to Annie in Australia who was diagnosed with breast cancer.
 Sticky
The stickiest thing in our house is treacle and the design of the tin is an icon. The design has been used since 1885. 
Tangle
This bird bath is hidden in the tangle of branches.
 Indulgence
Cream choux buns a rare treat!

 Direction

Thanks again Kathy for organising it, hope everyone has a good month.
Sarah x

29 comments:

  1. I love this idea and your photos are so apt Sarah.

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  2. Hello Sarah:
    What wonderful images you have included here, and such variety. We love, of course, the images of the Dorset coastline, bringing back such happy memories, and the one of your family, with mobile telephones, is lovely for it is so natural and real in all possible ways.

    But the painted toenails are superb. Such fun.

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  3. Great snaps, like the toe nails, what a lovely idea. Those beach shots really are amazing, also like your rock interpretation! x

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  4. I have really enjoyed your photos. I love the sea but I live very far from it so rarely see it. Those choux buns look so good and I love your amazing and in/out photos too.

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  5. lovely photos, and your doggie is so cute i always like seeing pics of him x

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  6. The Jurassic Roundabout?! What a great name! Hope all goes well in the last term of uni - crikey, that does seem a long time ago for me. These are great photos, Ellen x

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  7. What an awesome round up! Your photos of the cliffs have me adding Dorset to the list of places to go next time we're in that part of the world. What is the orange/red stuff on the beaches? Seaweed? We can get that golden syrup here!

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    1. The red stuff on the beach is a mixture of shingle,gravel and sand. The geology in the area is unique - there are 5 different types of rock that are exposed.
      Sarah x

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  8. Beautiful photos, especially 'amazing' and 'can't live without'.

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  9. Indulgence looked good enough to eat but I nominate as top photo and your own take "Rock". The rest of us just thought of rocks on the ground.

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  10. Thoroughly enjoyed looking at your super selection of photos. You live in a picturesque part of the world ~ lovely to see your scenery, family (incl. dog ;)) the delicious buns, pastel tulips and polished toes! You could tiptoe through the tulips quite well with those!

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  11. For some strange reason I am drawn to the choux buns?! Really good selection, the amazing one is my favourite though.
    Lisa x

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  12. Good scavenger pics, love the choux buns, have you made them and your little doggie, always so sweet. Julie xxx

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  13. What does Scavenger actually mean? My favorites are the photos of the Dorset coastline... magic and the painted toe nails of you and your daughter are a charming idea and then of course I would like to bite into one of those cream choux buns... Wishing you a wonderful day! Christa

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    1. Hi Christa,
      Scavenger hunt is a bit like a treasure hunt meaning locating and bringing back miscelleous items. Many of the words given at the beginning of the month to photograph can have more than one meaning.
      Sarah x

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  14. I have seaside envy now. Your in/out photo is absolutely stunning. And how cute is Daisy?!

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  15. Lovely pictures Sarah, the painted toe nails and choux buns are very me!!

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  16. Hello Sarah, thank you for popping by my blog!! Some of my ancestors come from Dorset, Bradford Abbas, Corscombe being the main ones! I love the dorset parish records, most have been transcribed and put on line and are very helpful! Dorset is a beautiful place and I immediately felt a connection to the place before I even knew a branch of our family came from there.X

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  17. Lovely photos, I really liked some of your interpretations - gorgeous coastline, very cute dog and those buns look delicious! x

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  18. Love your pics of the coastline.....and we picked the same thing for "sticky"....I prefer the heritage look to the containers to the plastic of mine LOL

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  19. The coast is amazing!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Oh wow! The wonderful craggyness of the first shot and the sheer size and scale of the second one!! Lovely photos!!! (Jurassic roundabout sounds an interesting place!!! Hee hee, I interpreted rock that way too!

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  20. Great shots - love your take on Rock!

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  21. What lovely photos and I like the photo of the coast line.

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  22. Good grief, they are so good, love them all. Well done! Suzy x

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  23. Great photos Sarah, your right everyone has a different interpritation of the word. I love the smile, Daisy would make me smile too!
    xxx

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  24. Great set of photos and loved the Amazing Dorset coastline.

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  25. I would "steal" one of those buns right now if I could grab one out of the screen, they look yummy. I really liked the In/Out and Amazing photos, beautiful place.

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  26. Hi -thanks for your comment today. I love your beach photos - I can't live without the sea either!

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  27. Brilliant photos! Love all the coastal ones and your take on Rock (first one I've seen with rock music) I love the idea of a Jurassic roundabout:)

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