Monday, September 30, 2019

Summer Photo Scavenger Hunt: 3rd Link Up

September 30th is the last day of the Summer Photo Scavenger Hunt and it is time for the third and final link up!

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
This clock commemorates the signing of the Declaration of Independence on the north side:

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

#16 An out of season treat  Alternate B: Fresh, Local Produce:  I was unable to find an appropriate photo for an out of season treat being enjoyed, but, there's nothing fresher or more local than fruit from my garden:

Pomegranate
Calamondin
Feijoa/Pineapple Guava































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!

10 comments:

  1. So glad you enjoyed yourself - thanks for joining in. You have had some great finds. I cannot wait for Eileen's winter version.

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    1. Thank you for hosting it! I really enjoyed participating. :)

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  2. 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☺

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    1. 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. :)

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  3. 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!

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    1. 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. :)

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    1. Thank you, Akasha. The garden came through the summer without too much damage! :)

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  5. You've got some nice snapshots captured there. I have never heard of feijoa, so I'm off to look it up.

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    1. Thank you, Susanne. It is a type of guava.

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