I'm joining the Scavenger Hunt Sunday sponsored by Ashley.
The rules are simple:
- Anyone can participate.
- You’re encouraged to take five new photos this week for the challenge. Creativity is also encouraged!
- 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).
- Link up here on Sunday (or Tuesday at the latest) – you can use the button above.
- 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
- Have fun!
I have been in the house for the last week as we had our two bathrooms redone. So I am going to dip into my archives for this week's challenges.
Camouflaged - July 2013 Calgary Stampede (also a jaunt)
Nutty - May 2013 Taste of the Food Terminal Toronto. I must say he looks rather jaunty.
ALIKE - May 2013 - along Lake Ontario. These ladies "hats" are alike. And, no, I have no idea why they are wearing them!
IDENTICAL - June 2013 - Niagara Falls
JAUNT - I decided to look up the definition as I had several things come to mind including jaunty and a jaunting car.
A short excursion or journey for pleasure.
Make such an excursion or journey.
June 2013 - we took a jaunt to Niagara Falls On with friends for a few days.
jaun·ty - see NUTTY above
1. Having a buoyant or self-confident air; brisk.
2. Crisp and dapper in appearance; natty.
jaunty car noun
(Engineering / Automotive Engineering) a light two-wheeled one-horse car, formerly widely used in Ireland
Great shots, I am really curious about the newspaper hats now.ReplyDelete
Great set. Those two ladies with their paper hats is my absolute favourite.ReplyDelete
What a capture... Women w two hats! What a storytelling picture.ReplyDelete
Great shots and I too am curious about the newspaper hat wearing ladies.ReplyDelete
Great job with a challenging set of prompts! I especially love your identical and alike shots.ReplyDelete
I love those two ladies in the newspaper hats! My fourth grade teacher taught us how to make those, then we folded them a different way, again, and then tore some holes and when you unfolded it, you had a shirt. lol Thanks for jogging that memory for me!ReplyDelete