Sunday, July 27, 2014

Scavenger Hunt Sunday 7-27-14

Hi! I'm glad you stopped by to visit today. I have shared this post to a link party--Scavenger Hunt Sunday. Each week we get five word prompts and are challenged to post a picture(s) to fit each prompt. Some take a little more imagination than others. My photos for this week are below.

1. Eyes


This pair of bloodshot eyes represent a long day of work at the Antique Show in Springdale Arkansas. I'm sure they will look even worse tonight after packing up from the show.

2.Upside Down


Bridges are one of my favorite things to photograph. In this shot I like how its shadow is upside down in the water.


The water was way down when we went fishing last week. (see the fishing pole on the right?) We were able to stay in the shade under the bridge to fish. We didn't catch anything, but the shade was nice. Other times when we have been here, the water has been too high to get a good photo of the underside of the bridge. This day I was able to get a good shot of its reflection upside down in the water.

3. From Behind


This piggy bank was in the pottery store at Silver Dollar City. I took pictures of it from several angles. It worked out good for my from behind photo.


4. Sunshine


I couldn't resist this shot of the sunshine peaking into the room under the curtains in our motel room. We were a bit crowded with three adults and six children.


The sunshine was quite bright the day I took this photo. I like the way the shadows accented this shot despite the brightness of the day.


5. Cup


Today my youngest daughter turns nineteen. This cup was from her wedding shower last summer. My friend hosted it. The theme was a tea party. She did a great job of decorating for it.

I hope you enjoyed my post today. I would love for you to leave a comment. Thanks again for stopping by.




The photos in this post are the property of Martha Jane Curtis. Please ask permission before using. Thank you.

14 comments:

  1. Love the bridge reflection shot!

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    1. Thanks, Yogi. I was going for something unusual!

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    1. Thank you. Old bridges have appeal to me. They are fun to photograph.

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  4. Oh wow, a variety of fun, summer time sharing moments in everyday life!

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    1. Thank you, Karen. It has been a great summer!

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  5. Love your upside down shot.

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    1. Anu, thank you for commenting and for stopping by my blog.

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  6. I like your tea cup shot very much and your reflection shot of the bridge is lovely.

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    1. Brianne, thanks for you comment and for stopping by today.

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