Tuesday, 2 July 2013


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!


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.