Sunday, January 30, 2011

Scavenger Hunt Sunday

I just found this fun blog challenge today. And I was so excited because without even knowing about the hunt i had taken photos of everything on the list just this week -really.

Here is what I found:
Texture, Fog, Buttons, Beverage, Seventies

Texture - i found a new iphone app on Tuesday that applies textures - played around with a photo that was on my iphone that i took of my daughter a few summers ago in a wedding dress we found at a Salvation Army store - i think the dress could have been from the seventies;
and texture on a tree i saw yesterday - looked like a heart to me;
Fog - a foggy winter morning one day this week;
Buttons - in a felted bowl - sure some are my mom's from the seventies;
Beverage - a new coffee from Starbucks - with notes of lemon and dark cocoa;
Seventies - a book i rediscovered just yesterday when straightening up my home - one of my favorite books from the seventies (it cost a mere $2.00 at the time) - I took it on every camping trip. even found some pressed flowers i collected from way back when.

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Ashley Sisk said...

This is such a great way to display your scavenger hunt items. I love them all.

Style Attic said...

Okay, that is SO cool. Totally meant to participate and glad you did. Love the collage! Great pics :)

Style Attic said...

BTW, the texture pics are my fav :)

deb duty said...

love the tree. that's really neat. the book sounds like a lot of fun. great collage!

Christine said...

Very nice photos, I love the wedding dress shot and I love that you picked it up at the Salvation Army just to take some pictures with it!

You have word varification on, in case you didn't know :)

Michelle said...

What a great way to display your photos! The heart texture is my favorite...I have a thing with finding hearts in nature.

julie said...

Great fog shot!!

Brooke said...

WOW - I am loving your set! Especially that one of your daughter in the white dress - AMAZING :D

Gayle at Planet M Files said...

How cool! I love your shots!