Tuesday, 2 July 2013

JUNE SCAVENGER HUNT

I am a little late with the June Scavenger hunt photos.  Not had time to get out and take many this month, so some are from my archives, but here they are:

 PURPLE  - a lavender flower

60  - sixty elderflower heads, about to be made into elderflower cordial and wine.


LITTLE -  a little beetle that I spotted when weeding at the allotment, he didn't want to keep still to have his photo taken!








EYES - a pile of rusty eyes, taken out of the old posts that held up the raspberries.


ANIMAL -my girls, Henita, Marjory and Betty
 



   ARCHITECTUAL DETAIL - a constrution of posts and string to hold up the peas, covered with net held over hoops!  A major piece of work to keep the birds off!

 RING - or rings, Olympic rings seen on Tower Bridge last summer.




LIGHT - candle light




ROOFTOPS- the view from the Royal Observatory, Greenwich, London


ICE CREAM - taken on holiday a few years ago (we don't have ice cream very often!!)


TOMBSTONE -   a church yard in Little Bentley,in the spring


ART  -  rusty drain pipes, in the art gallery, Firstsite, in Colchester


Well, off to start snapping ready for next month!

8 comments:

Rustic Vintage Country said...

Brilliant photos and ways of interpreting them. xx

Louise said...

Love your photos, Lizzy! I didn't take enough for June - maybe I'll make it for July!

Little Blue Mouse said...

Great photos. I love eyes and art - I didn't realise it was drainpipes in nowhere!

greenthumb said...

Another great group of photos, I really like your photos of rings, eyes, and purple. Thanks Greenthumb

Julie said...

I really like all the photos taken in your garden and allotment. 60 is a lovely interpretation and eyes is clever. The Art is amazing too. x

Fiona said...

Love the way you took the photo of Art and your chooks are beauties.

Amanda Graham said...

What a great collection , I love your interpretation of eyes and 60, but all of them are great :)

Paula said...

Isn't it amazing how we all come up with completely different interprtations for the same clues? I enjoyed looking through your photos and I'm already looking forward for next month's.