Sunday, July 29, 2012

Scavenger Hunt Sunday

After months of computer problems it is so exciting to be able to play again in some of the photo challenges that I enjoyed before.  The first one up is Scavenger Hunt Sunday hosted by Ashley Sisk over on her blog Ramblings and Photos.  Without further delay here are this weeks prompts.

1.  Paint
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One of the great things about where I live is the Community Bridge.  William Cochran painted it in the trompe l'oeil technique and here is one of the details.  The whole bridge is fantastic.
2.  Green
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I originally thought I would take something outside for this prompt but when I was at my local quilt shop yesterday this line of green fabrics caught my eye.

3.  Eyelashes
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For this one I went into my archives because I thought this shot of one of the models from Photoshop World in Washington, DC was very appropriate.  I am not sure how she worked with these lashes all day but she was fun to try to photograph.

4.  Shapes
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Of course when I saw this prompt I thought of squares, rectangles and triangles but then I looked out my kitchen window and saw clumps of mushrooms and thought they would be fun to shoot. 
5.  Clouds
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Nothing too exciting here.  I was hoping for some dramatic clouds this week but they seem to only happen while I was working so I just went with some regular clouds.

Please be sure to check out all the other participants.





5 comments:

  1. oh my gosh the shot of the girl with the eyelashes is great so hard to do so much white but you really pulled it off good job. of course I love the first shot to that is such an interesting part of town. so glad to see you posting again

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  2. Great pictures. I too like the girl with the eyelashes!!

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  3. Ooohh, that green fabric makes me want to sew something! Nice job!

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  4. I love shapes - what an awesome shot.

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  5. The eyelashes and mushrooms are my favorite.

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