Tuesday, 30 May 2017

Summer Fun Photo Scavenger Hunt

Edited to remove incorrect info.

Mary-Lou @ Patio Postcards has published the list for her summer photo scavenger hunt. It's open to everyone, the more the merrier, so I hope some of you will join in. The hunt runs from Jun 1st to Sept 30th and all photos should be taken during that time. If you have any other queries just pop over to her blog - she'll be happy to help.

Now for the important bit - here's the list ...

1.     Something fuzzy
2.     Bubbles
3.     A web
4.     A zig zag
5.     A seasonal relaxing space/item
6.     A pipe
7.     The inside of something
8.     Rust or something derelict
9.     A kite or balloon
10.   Something Yellow
11.   A toy only found out during June to September
12.   A wedding
13.   A dome
14.   Someone fishing
15.   Something crafted from wood
16.   A baby (human or animal)
17.   Circles or crosses in architecture
18.   A fan
19.   Feet of man or beast
20.   Something found under ground
21.  A plaque
22.  A dial
23.  Something powered by wind
24.  Seasonal food or drink
25.  A hat

I''ll be joining in as soon as I get my camera back from its service. 

8 comments:

  1. Not guilty I'm afraid! I offered up some suggestions but had no say in the final list/hunt format. This is Mary-Lou's baby!

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    1. Sorry, I must have misread it. Would you like me to edit the post to remove your details?

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    2. Not a complaint and no worries.
      I don't think you misread it!

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    3. I must admit I read Mary Lou's post as it being both of you too Ella.

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    1. It's typical that I now have a reason for taking some photos, but no camera!

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  3. Yeah -- thanks for posting this Eileen. Lady Ella is SO very modest, she was a big help in coming up with several items on this list. I claim only an enabling part. I think it will be fun - I am checking into a couple of things of how one might go about linking everyone together on those three dates. Another learning opportunity for me; me the technically challenged I might add (col).

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