Sunday, 19 May 2019

Summer Photographic Scavenger Hunt #1

The 1st May saw the start of a new Scavenger Hunt, hosted by Mary-Lou over at Patio Postcards. She's intending to post a first round-up on 14th June but the challenge actually runs until September so there is plenty of time if you want to join in. Taking part is easy -  just follow the link to the list and let her know you are joining in by commenting on the post.  As with the Winter hunt we have twenty themes but they are all very much open to interpretation. My post outlining the list is here.

So here's my first set of offerings...

8. Shells - collected from beaches in Greece, Spain, Cornwall, Dorset and the Isle of Wight surrounded by a necklace given to me by a young student that I taught in Greece many, many years ago.

10. Something made from stone - A gift from my very talented sister - it makes me smile every time I look at it.

13. Two colours of the Rainbow in any combination -Hard to pick just one for this one so you have two to pick from. First up,  one of my favourite late Spring combinations - the blue of the cornflower against the fresh green of lemon balm.

This second one is a gaillardia flower and its beautiful combination of yellow and red is like summer in a single bloom. So, pick your season!

So that's the first three on the list, hope you enjoy them. See you anon.


  1. Beautiful finds ... I like your cornflower blue.

  2. Thank you - they are one of my favourite flowers and this year they are thriving in the garden and the cutting patch.

  3. I agree your sister is talented, that rock makes me smile as well. I've enjoyed all your photo hunt posts.


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