Saturday, August 3, 2013

Scavenger Hunt Sunday

Scavenger Hunt Sunday

I'm joining the Scavenger Hunt Sunday sponsored by Ashley.


The rules are simple:
  1. Anyone can participate.
  2. You’re encouraged to take five new photos this week for the challenge. Creativity is also encouraged!
  3. If you get stumped, you may use one photo from your archive (although I’m not too strict about it – I do my best to take fresh shots).
  4. Link up here on Sunday (or Tuesday at the latest) – you can use the button above.
  5. Leave comments for at least five entries around yours (with so many new participants each week, it’s the only way I know to be inclusive
  6. Have fun!

  1. Body Part (pick any of them, but let’s keep it family friendly)
  2. Wednesday (take a photo on Wednesday – easy enough)
  3. Music
  4. Guess What It Is (photograph anything and make us guess what it is)
  5. Mirror Image

I had many photo opportunities in the last week. Last Saturday I attened a pow wow, Tuesday I went photo shooting in Toronto and then on Wednesday we drove to Grand Rapids Michigan for a couple of days.

BODY PART - holding hands in Holland Michigan

WEDNESDAY - July 31 we drove to Grand Rapids Michigan. Along the way, before we crossed the border, we stopped for lunch in Komoka Ontario, an old railway town for the 1800s.

MUSIC - this was easy. We were int he town of Holland Michigan and spotted this sculpture called Joy of Music: This collection of five statues includes three musicians and two singing children in the beautiful Alpenrose Park. Artist: George Lundeen. There is music playing in the background.


GUESS WHAT IT IS 

MIRROR IMAGE - we had our bathrooms redone and this week I took some photos.



2 comments:

  1. Great pics and my favorite is the music photo with the nice sculptures and the shadows and light on them that you captured.

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  2. Your bathroom looks great! You captured some wonderful sculptures this week. I like the composition of "guess what," although I don't know what it is. It looks like part of a sculpture.

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