Thursday, 30 June 2016

June Scavenger Hunt

It's the last day of June so it's time to share my photos for Hawthorn Spellweaver's Photo Scavenger Hunt.  I had fun finding all the photos this time.

stone
part of a stone wall

view
taken during a lunch stop on the drive over to Blacklands 

sky
the first blue sky for days

trees
a line of trees on the far side of a field full of buttercups

water
the River Wylye, which flows through the garden at Jobs Mill

dwelling
abandoned, but a great subject for photos with all the iron wheels left outside

garden
not mine sadly, but showing lots of promise for a colourful display

gate
one of the many field gates passed through on a local walk

leaf
new growth taking root on an old tree

my own choice
enjoying the golden flowers 

Thanks to Hawthorn and her eldest son for the list.  I'm looking forward to the next one!

12 comments:

  1. Lovely photos. Love the garden and the dwelling
    Julie xxxxx

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  2. What a great set of photos. I like the angle of the water one. That dwelling could be described as ideal for the DIY enthusiast!

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  3. Fantastic collection. I like the water photo & dwelling photo.

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  4. Very nicely done! I like the water one too and the one with the trees. So very pretty in the area where you live.

    betty

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  5. Great to see your interpretation of Hawthorn's words; I particularly like the old, abandoned building. it just needs TLC t bring it back to life.

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  6. The picture of the River Wylye is beautiful. I too love the old abandoned 'dwelling'. What stories it could tell if only it could talk!

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  7. Lovely lovely! - my favourite has to be dwelling - thank you for joining in :)

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  8. Another lovely lot of photos. We really are being spoilt for beauty with these scavenger hunts. If I have to pick a favourite it would be the dwelling, though they are all great & look forward to seeing next months already. Take care.

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  9. Lovely, lovely photos the blue sky one is stunning.

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  10. Really loved your photos, particularly the gorgeous view of a perfectly shaped copse and the patchwork of fields - there's a similar view not far from where I live and it's really striking. Have to agree with others though that my favourite is the bijou dwelling - a lovely little spot. Thank you.

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  11. That Dwelling one of the Abandoned yet Scenic Stone Cottage took my breath away! Blessings from the Arizona Desert... Dawn... The Bohemian

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