The summer has ended and so has the hunt for photos. I like to wrap things up with a recap of the old and any newly snapped photos. This year I only missed one on the list but got an alternative to takes it’s place. In the past I’ve gotten every single one including the alternates.
1. A “wild heart” – a naturally occurring heart (like the rock above, but it doesn’t have to be a rock)Hostas in my backyard
2. A footprint or pawprint
Husky paw print
3. A skeleton, bone or x-ray
At the orthopedist
4. A book or magazine read during 2016
Lots of books…can’t stop reading…
5. A porch or deck
Trex Deck at the MN landscape Arboretum
6. A camper (caravan)
7. A family gathering
Independence day gathering
8. A drawing, art project, artistic photograph, scrapbook page, greeting card, or art journal page created by you.Obviously this isn’t my only creation of the summer…if you’d like to see more just browse around the blog. 🙂
9. Someone playing with, in, or around water.4th of July waterfight….a tradition
10. A bicycleAt a parking lot next to a state bike trail.
11. Fresh produceBeans from my garden and CSA box
12. A windowThe broken remains of my drivers side window…you can read about it here.
13. The moonLucky low light shot of the moon over the house.
14. A buffet of food4th of July gather again…
15. A team logoSome of our beloved local teams…current and former.
16. A map showing a trip taken during the time period
Mini-me and I traveled to Alexandria over the summer for a girls weekend.
This close-up map has both lakes that we stayed on…if you look closely you can see my reflection.
17. TwinsI took a bit of liberty with this one just because it made me laugh.
18. A supermarket cart, basket or trolley full of groceries
Back to school stock up at Target
19. A seasonal cocktail or beverageMoscow Mule…favorite summer drink!!
20. Someone laughing
This is the one I didn’t get mostly because I don’t show faces on my blog if at all possible.
21. A photograph of you with a newspaper or calendar page from the time period covered in the Hunt. Note: you may not use a substitute for this item.
I believe this one is self explanatory
Alternatives – if you’re having trouble finding any of the above, you may substitute from this list (but you may not substitute for item #21):
alternative 1: a lighthouse
No lighthouse either
alternative 2: a baby (human or animal)
Can you see the baby? Cute little “O”.
That about wraps it up. I’m not sure what happened to Rinda’s blog as it hasn’t been updated since June but I do know that the Facebook group has been active so I’ll be posting there. I do hope to continue with photo scavenger hunts…they are really fun and a real challenge at times to get creative and think outside the box.