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Saturday, October 29, 2016

October photo scavenger hunt...

Joining in the photo scavenger hunt with this lovely blog http://livelovecraftme.blogspot.ca/2016/10/octobers-scavenger-photo-hunt-link-up.html
'A' is for
...lovely acorn caps!
Lunch...
on the Champs de Mars in Paris of course!
11 o'clock...
sometimes the ticking drives me batty but isn't she lovely!
B & W...
I'm not much of a portrait photographer but when you have such a
pretty subject, you can't go wrong.
Looking up...
depends on your perspective...my old pal Griff, gone almost 2 years 
and I still miss him looking up at me.
T is for...
T Rex!
Landscape...
some people think the Canadian Prairies are boring. 
How can you look at such a big sky and these colours and get bored?!
(Somewhere in Saskatchewan)
Two...
Jack Russell rescues, courtesy of my daughter and son-in-law.
Swing...
a cat named Ghandi in Nicaragua...
My own choice...
because I just finished watching a series called 'The Detectorists'
about treasure hunters in Britain (and LOVED it!) a wee bit of gold
from inside The Louvre.









3 comments:

Hawthorn Spellweaver said...

Kerry that an excellent selection of photos and stories, I find it fascinating all the very different interpretations of a word list, so glad you joined in ☺ x thank you
I also love 'big skies' having grown up in Africa, so I fully appreciate the vast landscape in your picture, I have to contend myself with a smaller landscape here in the uk, however there is still plenty of beauty and wilderness to be found.

Threads through my life said...

Oh how I agree with Hawthorn. I was born in the UK and have only ever lived here but think we have great landscape. Love your interpretations; favourite photo is A is for ... beautifully presented! To think I was walking through a load of acorns recently!

Aril said...

Sorry but have only just seen these. They are smashing....such a poignant photo of your lovely and much missed dog.
Arilx