Sunday, June 1, 2014

Scavenger Hunt Sunday - June 1

Scavenger Hunt Sunday

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




Make Mine a _____________ Make your selection!



Quirky - went to the Gardiner Museum this week. This was a ceramic piece called Cabbages and Kings 

The Walrus and The Carpenter Lewis Carroll

(from Through the Looking-Glass and What Alice Found There, 1872)

"The time has come," the Walrus said,
"To talk of many things:
Of shoes--and ships--and sealing-wax--
Of cabbages--and kings--
And why the sea is boiling hot--
And whether pigs have wings."




Morning Ritual - wander into living room and check out the traffic heading into the city and pleased I don't have to do that commute. This is 6:45 AM.



What Were They Thinking - teapot at the Gardiner Museum


What’s In Your ________________? We are in Montreal this weekend and I have my trusty travel tote with me. It contains
Ipad
Phone
Laptop
Magazines
Chargers
DSLR Camera
Husband's e-reader



9 comments:

  1. It's amazing how many electronics that we tote around with us. One of our travel bags looks very much like this. Have a blessed week.

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  2. That is definitely a quirky art piece.

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  3. Love that tea pot. And my travel tote is similar but my dslr is in it's own padded, waterproof covered bag,

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    1. I used to keep dslr in separate bag but it just added to the load.

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  4. Lots of choices there in your first shot.
    Oh goodness that is a quirky piece of art and may I just say the Teapot is also pretty quirky.
    You travel well prepared.
    Goodness you must live pretty high up, that view was quite something.

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    1. We're on the 27th floor - building is 46 floors.

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  5. you are such vagabonds! WOW! what a view of the traffic. Do you really love that high up? the pics from the Gardiner Museum are such FUN... that cabbage is ??? ummmm... hilarious!

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