Wednesday, 27 February 2013

Photo Scavenger Hunt

Can't believe where February went to and now it's Scavenger Hunt time again. Thanks to Greenthumb at Made with Love for organising this monthly bit of fun.

RED
This is a vanilla panacotta I made with a luscious raspberry coulis


14
Couldn't think of anything for this but resorted to my daughter's house number



KISS
Not easy but then I remembered this tin of mini Love Hearts 
that I'd bought for my grandchildren




SOMETHING HEART SHAPED
my daughter poured this Guinness for her partner and couldn't 
believe what appeared in the head



SOMETHING FOUND NOWHERE ELSE
 these pianos were put in random places in London (where else?) so the public could have some fun with them - well I couldn't resist could I?


FROZEN
I'd been wanting to capture something like this for ages and couldn't believe my eyes a few months ago when we woke up to a hoarfrost


PARK BENCH
in a favourite little square in Southend


GLASS
you can't have one without the other!


SHOPPING TROLLEY
found this mini one in my grandchildren's playroom


A SHADOW
You could be fooled into thinking this was summer but it was taken
in January in a local park


BREAKFAST
this cheeky squirrel always buries his nuts in this pot and comes back regularly for his breakfast (poor photo as taken through the window in our sitting room)


 

A BUS
found in the same playroom - four year old grandson S has a fascination for buses and has numerous ones in many shapes and sizes




I hope you enjoyed my selection this month. 

Before I go, I'd like to thank you all for your lovely comments on my last post and the words of encouragement for my final few months of studying - it meant a lot.

Finally, welcome to my two new followers Gilly and Tammy - it's nice to have you on board.


23 comments:

  1. I'm glad you had fun finding this months collection of photos, I really like the bus so cute, and the frozen spider web is a great photo. Greenthumb.

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  2. Hi Patricia . . .what a fun post. Love the photo of you at the piano :)
    Stay happy,
    Connie :)

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  3. fabulous photos :-) I love the squirrel the best... cute!

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  4. Thoroughly enjoyed looking at your photo selection! Great finds ~ and fancy coming across a piano to play outside...not an easy instrument to transport either! Your squirrel is very cute, and the spider web looks amazing. Your grandchildren's playground turned out to be a treasury :)

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  5. I love your photos - especially the spider's web. Really beautiful. We don't seem to get many hoar frosts up here, though we do get heavy frosts. Like last night. Can't believe we were gardening in the warm sun yesterday!!

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  6. Great photos, your red looks delicious!

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  7. Thanks for sharing your photos..
    Hugs
    Erna x

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  8. Great photos! Love the cheeky squirrel and the frozen spider's web:)

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  9. Your pannacotta looks delicious!

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  10. I like the Guinness and the piano!
    Sarah x

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  11. Beautiful and clever photos!!!!!!!I can't choose which one I prefer!

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  12. Excellent choices Patricia - especially loved the golden glow on the tree photo.

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  13. fab...I particularly like the idea of a tin of love hearts!!

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  14. Patricia, the frozen spider web and the piano in London park - these photos are wonderful!
    Nice collection you've got!

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  15. Wow Patricia, lovely photos there, really really like them! x

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  16. What fun! Can't think how I missed this.

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  17. I have enjoyed your photos - a great selection :)

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  18. Great photos Patricia. Would love to have heard you playing that piano. I would like to sit on one of those park benches in Southend.
    Hope you have a good week.
    Betty

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  19. Lovely photos- i love the hoar frost and the squirrel- as for the pannacotta-mmmmmmm I could so eat it right now- it looks lovely! :)

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  20. Hi Patricia! Going to try this again. I did a few days ago and my comment disappeared and Blogger would not let me comment further. I love your photos for the scavenger hunt especially that panacotta. Would love to pop in for that and a chat. :-)

    Hugs from Holland ~
    Heidi

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  21. A creative choice of photos for your scavenger hunt post. Hope March goes well for you!

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  22. Your photo for Breakfast made me smile as I love squirrels and also quite like the one for Park bench. Your panacotta looks delicious.

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  23. What a great selection of photos! I like them all but especially the one with you playing the piano. What a great idea to have a piano outdoor – I’d love to hear the tune you selected.

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