Are We Walking to Alaska

Are We Walking to Alaska
Are We Walking to Alaska - A True Story

Saturday, June 29, 2013

Scavenger Hunts - here and there



I found a new scavenger hunt - I love these things - they help me look at things differently and how see how different our interpretations can be.  


YELLOW


Sunrise in the winter, over Mt. Baker



Cottonwood leaves in Autumn

SOMETHING IN THE SKY


The moon with no magnification


And up close with my camera that zooms to 140X

A DRINK


Seagulls drinking from a pond in the parking lot at Birch Bay State Park


A PHONE THAT IS NOT A CELL PHONE


Our youngest daughter talking to Grandma.  She is now 43 - our daughter, not her Grandma

BIRD


Bald Eagle on a very windy day


Crow

TREE




Overlooking the California coast


White Birch Trees


Walnut orchard in full bloom

TECHNOLOGY
My constant companion

STRANGER'S HANDWRITING


Signatures on a vintage quilt that I bought for a quarter at a yard sale.


It is dated 1933




Sing in a drive-in in Wisconsin- Candied Bacon Sundea???

SOMETHING SYMBOLIZING SERVICE


I was stumped on this one - until I thought about the service we get in a restaurant.  

A SMILE





Ben took this photo of his Grampy


Donnie learning to say "cheese" for photos.  Could he be any cuter?




2 comments:

Kay said...

I've just scrolled through all your recent posts. Too many pictures to comment on, except I love ALL the shots of the grandsons, especially Ben and his ice cream cone. And I love the eagle and heron shots. And the eye of the cedar waxwing.

Ann @Bright Side of Balance said...

Nice connections! Live the sunrise photo. But then I am partial to Mount Baker!