Saturday, 4 February 2012

Photo Scavenger Hunt - January 2012

Many thanks to Kathy at Postcards from the P.P. for organising the scavenger hunt.

I haven't done too well this time, a combination of lack of time and illness, so I've searched through my archives to find photos which 'match' the criteria.

in the distance
a farmhouse viewed through
some trees
2
two ornaments

blur
Christmas baubles

company
enjoying the company of my friend's children

entrance
the entrance to my sister's home

in season
defrosting the car on cold mornings

information
by Trowbridge Information Centre


mess
waiting to be sorted

odd
an oversized doughnut on a swing
(part of a friend's art project)

soft
the 'p' is an instruction to play softly

warning
sign on an electricity sub-station

12 comments:

  1. Sorry to hear you have been poorly, Eileen, hope you are now on the mend. Well done for finding all the subjects in your archives. xx

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    1. I'm back to normal now, thanks Joy. Just have lots of catching up to do.

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  2. I think you have done well considering you have been ill. I think odd is my favourite!

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  3. yes it is certainly odd!
    thank you for popping over to my blog too.
    xxx

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  4. Good thought for soft! Wouldn't have come up with that one! :-)

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  5. Odd is very odd, and that Warning is scary - great shots!!

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  6. Yes, your 'odd' is very odd! Also like 'in the distance'. Hope you feeling better now:)

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    1. Yes, I'm much better now. Thanks for asking.

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  7. Well done with your photos - they are great.

    We too have snow now but thankfully it's melting.

    Thanks for popping by and commenting on my photos.

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  8. I've been looking at everyone's photos for January's Scavenger Host and enjoyed looking at yours, I really like your first one.

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  9. The soft one is a brilliant idea! I had the same sign for 'warning' - couldn't be much clearer could it?
    Great photos, Ellen

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