Saturday, 31 January 2015

Scavenger Hunt January (2015)

These are my photos for this months Scavenger Hunt If you would like to join in, just leave a link on the Scavenger Hunt  page to your photos collection, on your  Blog. That way we can all see and enjoy them. I now have a Scavenger Hunt Button on my home page, that will link back to the Scavenger hunt page, It would be great if you could use the button on your Blogs.

All of my photos this month were taken in Hawaii on the island of Oahu, we have just come back from a fabulous 15 day holiday.

Something New:
Having never been to Waikiki this was all very new to me.

I found the landscape very beautiful when we left the city behind.

What more would you want said.

We had to partake in the tradition of eating Shave Ice a few times.

Just what I felt like after a hot day out and about.

Up high:
A view from our room, we were on the 21st floor.

In the fridge:
I just love the labels on these beer bottles.

The texture of these Malasadas (a portugese doughnut) made to order from Leonard's bakery were amazing.

Hidden beneath the water of the Pacific Ocean lays a 'war grave"of the brave men who died on the Arizona. These are the Tears of the arizona.

The blue window of hanger 79 pierced with a bullet hole from the morning of December 7th 1941

 King kamehameha, a 8 1/2 foot-tall statue of the monarch who founded the kingdom of Hawaii. 

What ever you want:
I saw this lady a the markets, and thought she looked very hawaiian.

I would love it if joined in on the Scavenger hunt, it just a bit of fun each month and a good way to keep us inspired to take photos.


  1. Lovely set of photos, I love doing this post so thanks for hosting, just love to see what people find.
    Amanda xx

  2. A great collection - really interesting photos. It is funny we both used graves for words! Thanks for hosting this again, can't wait to see the new list, hehe!

  3. Beautiful photos!!! How wonderful that you were able to visit Hawaii!! Such a magical and stunning place!! And oh my those doughnuts! And Blue Moon happens to be one of my favorite beers! All the best to you this weekend! Nicole xoxo

  4. How thoughtful of you to go to Hawaii just to show us some amazing photos of such a magical place ;) I visited Waikiki about 15 years ago at Christmas, so you have brought back some memories (especially enjoyed Mango Margueritas)...

    Those doughnuts had my mouth watering ~ terrific photos and glad you enjoyed a terrific holiday.

  5. Your photos are lovely and show some of your holiday in Hawaii beautifully.
    Anne xx

  6. Lovely photos. Hawaii looks such a great place to visit. I really like the bottle images and your panorama one. Thanks for hosting.

  7. Hawaii looks a very colourful place, just as you'd expect. Fab photos, My faves are Hidden and Blue...those doughnuts look amazing. Thanks for hosting. x

  8. You have some lovely photos here. Not sure if I could stomach being 21 floors up!! Suzy x

  9. O Havaí é lindíssimo e com certeza uma viagem inesquecível.
    As fotos ficaram lindas e impressionantes.

  10. How fun to see your take on Hawaii! Love hidden the most, but maybe because of the perfect sentiment. You have a great collection, Jill! We're headed back to Waikiki in under five weeks ~ can't wait; and your photos have only made it worse!

  11. I really enjoyed your Hawaiian theme. Lovely set of photos. Blue and hidden are very evocative and thought-provoking. Love the Hawaiian lady too. x

  12. The set of photos taken when you were on holiday are colourful and very interesting. The view from the hotel is amazing and the landscape by the sea very beautiful.

  13. Fabulous finds from your wonderful holiday! Looks as though you had a great time. I love the beer bottle labels too, they are amazing artworks aren't they. xx

  14. Hi Jill!
    Your photos are brilliant. That water is unbelievable! It looks like an oil slick! Clever shot of the blue bullet hole!xx

  15. Just caught wind of this lovely idea. I'm in. Gonna work on it this weekend and will post next week. Great find.

    1. That would be fabulous if you joined us in the scavenger hunt.

  16. What a lovely holiday you've had! Hawai is top on my list for a visit. One day. x

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