Thursday, 5 July 2012

Scavenger Hunt (June)

I'm joining in with Kathy over at  Postcards from the P.P doing a scavenger hunt each month. These are the things we had to find this month.

Crown: I saw this crown in a old pub window in Genrowan.

Sleep: Our cat loves to sleep in the sunshine.

Symmetry: An image of myself at question.

Before: I don't think he remembered how cold and sore he would get.

After: After a hard morning boarding.

At Night: The Sydney Opera House at night during the Vivid light show.

On The Edge: About to go off the edge of a skate ramp.

Diamond: A lovely diamond necklace I saw.

 Bunting: Not much bunting around here but I found this at my son's squads pool.

 Majesty: Some photos in a book of Her Majesty.

Out of reach: these skiers were out of reach for me in the conditions. 

 Close: Looking back at myself in Mr P's goggles.


  1. Your cat is so cute ! And I love how you have captured yourself in your son's goggles !
    have a nice day,

  2. Well done - lots of nice photos there!

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  4. I love this scavenger hunt idea. Great pictures!

  5. This is a great set of photos, especially as it was harder for the non-UK people!

  6. A lovely selection of photos. That one with the ski mask in brilliant.

  7. Those pictures are great, really well thought out.

  8. Great pictures. I love the idea of a scavenger hunt. Lots of opportunity to be creative.

  9. wow. how fun! i loved looking at your pictures..and the stories behind them!

  10. My grandson would adore the football cake, he eats,sleeps breathes football!! I love the other one too for your friend.
    Gorgeous photos too and the one of Sydney opera house is brilliant, what I wouldnt give to see that!!

  11. great set of hotos I love the 'On the Edge'one best


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