The first link up is here.
The second link up is here.
The photos for the third link up are:
#1 An Outdoor Clock:
|#1: An Outdoor Clock|
|8:00 P.M. - The Signing of the Declaration of Independence|
And, on the south side, when the Constitution of the United States was ratified:
|4:00 P.M. - The Ratification of the U.S. Constitution|
#2 Single and Pretty: A single pink rose in my garden.
|#2: Single and Pretty|
#14: A Handwritten Sign: There was a wall display of handwritten signs at the Autry Museum -
|#14: A Handwritten Sign|
I picked a couple of the feijoa and enjoyed them as an afternoon snack:
|#16/Alt B: Fresh Local Produce - Freshly picked Feijoa|
#17: A Sail: Another prompt I had trouble finding, but I thought the sails of this Dutch "windmill" would do. It is actually a commercial water dispenser (the sign says "Water Mill") located in a parking lot, and the "sails" don't move!
|#17: Sails - "Windmill"|
#18 Something that Should be Found in Pairs: the pair of socks I knitted.
|#18: Something that Should be Found in Pairs|
#20: A favorite seasonal scent: the scent of roses in my garden
|#20: A Favorite Seasonal Scent|
Thank you, Patio Postcards, for organizing this. I truly enjoyed participating in the photo scavenger hunt!
So glad you enjoyed yourself - thanks for joining in. You have had some great finds. I cannot wait for Eileen's winter version.ReplyDelete
Thank you for hosting it! I really enjoyed participating. :)Delete
That is so fun! Love your photos! And I have to tell you, you are very lucky to have those wonderful fruits in your garden, yum☺ReplyDelete
Thank you, Natalia; I had fun doing the photo scavenger hunt. Maybe you can join the winter one! Yes, I have several fruit trees in the garden. :)Delete
You're hooked on these scavenger hunts now, aren't you? You have a great selection of photos this time ... I can 'taste' that pomegranate!ReplyDelete
Yes, I'm hooked! I'm having a lot of fun, now that I've got over my initial fears. Thank you for encouraging me to join. :)Delete
Thank you, Akasha. The garden came through the summer without too much damage! :)Delete
You've got some nice snapshots captured there. I have never heard of feijoa, so I'm off to look it up.ReplyDelete
Thank you, Susanne. It is a type of guava.Delete