Tuesday, 19 July 2016

Photography Scavenger Hunt 2016 | The Definitive List, Numbers 1-7

This is the fourth year I've participated in Rinda's Summer Photography Scavenger Hunt.
You can see this year's list here.
#1: A 'wild heart' - a naturally occurring heart.
 Clematis petals found on the lane where I walk the pooch.
With added silver shoes.
 #2: A footprint or paw print.  The Boy Child was happy to oblige for this image 
when we were on Horseshoe Bay beach in Bermuda in early June.
 #3: A skeleton, bone or x-ray.
The Boy Child was willing to act as photographer's assistant for this one. 
#4: A book or magazine read during 2016.
What I was reading or preparing to read in early June.
#5: A porch or a deck. 
 This rather grand house near Gibbs Hill Lighthouse in Bermuda fits the bill.
#6: A camper (caravan).  
This extremely neglected VW Camper is parked
around the corner from our house.  It's road worthy.  Allegedly. 
#7: A family gathering.
Our friends with their newborn and two-year-old.
With added The Boy Child.
Some of these images have already appeared in my Instagram feed.
Search under #rindas2016photohunt.
How are you getting on?
You can link up with Rinda here.


Deb @ PaperTurtle said...

Great captures, Ruth. I love the one of your boy with the skeleton chart! I'm doing well with the photo hunt - have 7 items left to capture and I know where to find them...just need to make it happen.

alexa said...

These are super - I love how the Boy Child has sneaked into the family photo and his skeleton holding is ace - he has a great smile! Hum, yes, I see what you mean about the camper van ... You're making good progress with your hunt.

Patio Postcards said...

Great SPSH captures - you must have the list nearly completed.

Maggie said...

You are doing well. That poor camper van. It looks so much in need of a bit of love and attention.

Susanne said...

Really great snaps - you're on a roll.

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