Monday, 19 March 2012

Scavenger Hunt Sunday

I have never done this before but I stumbled across this blog http://www.ashleysisk.com/ and fancied having a go at the scavenger hunt! So here are my items;
1. Whimsey....according to the dictionary that means "playfully quaint, fanciful,odd". I think my collection of hens who sit on my kitchen widow sill fit the bill perfectly! I have had them all given to me by my friends and family!
2. Create...this weekend I made my first ever sour dough bread from a starter given to me. It was soooo amazing that I am going to make lots more! Here I am creating tonights loaf!





3. Dust...easy peasy in my house! This violin sits on top of the piano, never been played, purely decorative, hence the dust!

4. Seed/Sprout...my hydrangea always looks just like dead old bits of stick until eventually there are these bright, lime green sprouts bursting out.

5. Swing/Drop...this one is from the archives. An apple at school had dropped off the tree and into the dewy, wet grass. Hope this counts!!


PS Just realised I'm not meant to post this til Sunday but as it took me aaages to work it out AND I still can't work out how to link it up it will stay here this time!

9 comments:

Sid said...

Very interesting pics !!

Linda said...

Great photos Tash, looks like a fun way to inspire some photography!

Lea said...

Good choices for the Scavenger Hunt! I love those chickens!
Thanks for your visit and comment on my blog.
Have a blessed day!
Lea
Lea's Menagerie

Pia said...

Great series! I love the photo of the apple!
Enjoy your first SHS!
Pia xx

Patrice said...

Great shots - love Whimsy! Welcome to the hunt!!!

Cheryl said...

Glad you figured out how to link up. These are all great shots for the challenge. I especially like your hydrangea budding and the dust on the violin.

Gina @ Gigi Marie Photography said...

Oh- you have inspired me to bake. I love to kneed dough.

Andrea Dawn said...

Love all the chickens in your whimsy shot. My hydrangeas look the same right now.

Ashley Sisk said...

Love the first shot - in my family, we call them goosters. :)