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Wednesday, 5 February 2014

Scavenger Hunt - January


I'm linking up late again for Scavenger Hunt so without further ado here are January's offerings. Thanks as always to Suzie for hosting.


J is for


1pm

at St Swithuns East Grinstead


Measurement

weighing oats for flapjacks

Colour

 a shop window in Brighton


A corner

Prudy's favourite space - the understairs cupboard in the corner of the sitting room


Hats

Had fun with this one in Picmonkey but couldn't find the 'facelift' editing tool.


Stamp



Looking Down

A lane in East Grinstead

Crowd

Brighton railway station


Natural

Ivy... complete with earwig


Fruit

I like the moody shadows in this one

Roof







If you've made it this far, thanks for looking and do take a look at the fab link ups over at Greenthumbs blog here, where you'll find the list for February.


xxx










14 comments:

  1. love the hats! it's blowing a gale here today, I could do with a warm hat!!

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  2. As always, your scavenger hunt photos are great, Fiona. Especially like the ivy plus earwig, the colourful drums in the Brighton window, and those fab old scales. And you in your hats, of course - facelift, my arse!
    Hope all is well with you, love! xxx

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  3. You don't need a facelift, you daft mare! Love you in those hats, kitty hiding out in the cupboard and loving those vintage scales! xxx

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  4. You don't need a facelift, you daft mare! Love you in those hats, kitty hiding out in the cupboard and loving those vintage scales! xxx

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  5. A great collection. Really love measurement, colour, stamp and looking down, and, of course, your pussy cat.
    Glad to have found your blog. Will be visiting often.

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  6. Great photos for fruit and measurement. I like your composition for fruit too and the earwig in the ivy!

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  7. Thanks for taking part in this months scavenger Hun, it's great to see your photos. I really like looking down, colour and natural. Greenthumb.

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  8. Hi Fiona! I enjoyed your photos, especially the cat in her corner ~ so cute. Can anything look more comfortable than a cat? The lane in East Grinstead looked so inviting! I wanted to step into the picture and explore it! Take care!

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  9. Ah, lovely photos Fiona. Facelift? I don't think so!
    Bless Prudy in her cupboard.

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  10. Fab photos, love the ivy complete with wildlife and east grinstead looks rather charming. You look lovely in your hat photos, not at all winter grey like me. Xxxxx

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  11. Wow! I love all the unique architecture! What a great collection of photos!
    Margaret

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  12. A lovely collection of photos and you showed your eye for composition in many of them. My favourites were measurement, fruit and stamp. I also loved natural until you pointed out the earwig! x

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  13. I love all your photos Fiona & the way you've interpreted the list. My fave is the one of Prudy but then again I am a cat lover. lol
    Thanks for the encouraging comment on my last post :-)
    Sally x

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  14. wonderful old scales, and lovely hats - stuff and nonsense about a facelift! Really like all your photos, you've such a great eye for composition. Can't bear earwigs though, once found about 30 living in a pack of felt tip pens x

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