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Monday, 31 March 2014

Scavenger Hunt - March

I was much more organized this month and remembered to take my snaps earlier instead of leaving it to the last minute.  I loved the March subjects and hope I've done them justice.  I am getting braver and now ask people if I may take their photograph....I tell them I'm a photography student!  So far I've had no refusals.

Thanks to Greenthumb as usual for hosting the challenge 




M is for

Magnolia




9am


Where I am on most days off at this time


Berries




Lit Up

 My plan for this shot was scuppered so I had to make do with the light outside my house.



Grate




Working




Brickwork
 




Cutlery

 Cutlery fashioned into jewellery displayed in a shop window



Flowers





Crisp




Ticket

 Car park ticket on the dashboard of my car



Coloured Door


Thanks for looking at my efforts, you can see the other entries and next month's list  here.

29 comments:

  1. Thanks for taking part in this month scavenger hunt, what a great group of photos. so many great ones Coloured door,ticket, cutlery,grate. Greenthumb.

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  2. Thanks for taking part in this month scavenger hunt, what a great group of photos. so many great ones Coloured door,ticket, cutlery,grate. Greenthumb.

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  3. I like the spoon necklace - as a necklace and as an interpretation of the topic! xx

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  4. Great set of photos, all nicely taken. Lettuce was one of my possibilities yesterday when I was looking for crisp, and I had hoped to find some of those bracelets made out of forks or something similar for jewellery! I like you photos for flowers and M.

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  5. Great photos … I love the colours in the berry one.
    xx

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  6. There's some great interpretations here, Fi! Love the barber's shop and the colour of that front door and the spoon necklace. xxx

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  7. Great set of photos. I love coloured doors, so it was lovely to a bright turquoise one and how original for your cutlery, a spoon fashioned into a necklace pendant, I think that's my favourite.

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  8. Wonderful photos. Your crisp lettuce is inspired and the flowers are lovely.
    Gillx

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  9. Such fabulous photos as ever, Fiona, you really do have a good eye. Well, two actually... I love the beautiful magnolia and the berries against the bright blue sky, the tulips in the sunshine, and that gorgeous warm brickwork. Lovely! xxx

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  10. Magic photos Fiona - always love magnolia, not just the beautiful blooms, but also the shape of the trees, and really like your take on crisp. Just perfect xx

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  11. You take beautiful photos. So many to love but I particularly like grate and crisp. Like everyone else, the necklace is really interesting too. x

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  12. A lovely variety of photos ~ starting with that magnolia just getting ready to bloom and give off that unique fragrance ~ also loved the tulips...so ready for spring colour! The necklace is stunning, and the turquoise door very eye catching. Loved all your choices.

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  13. Hi Fiona, another batch of great photos for the scavenger hunt & a great interpretation of the list.
    Sally x

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  14. Super photos!! Parking ticket, BUMMER!! Do love your flowers, the Magnolia and the spoon necklace. I have a spoon necklace, I should wear it!!

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  15. I love your interpretation of working and the magnolia most of all but really, all your shots are great.

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  16. I love your photos..and the grated cheese looks tasty. All those beautiful flowers!

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  17. Great photography and great moments captured :)

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  18. You're a really good photographer Fiona. Some really nice images there. I need to work a lot harder on mine, it's so rushed and not even straight. I feel seasick looking at my pictures.

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  19. You got some great shots. Love the barber at work - I still haven't worked up the courage to ask people if I can take their pics. The magnolia is so pretty as is the cute brick house.

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  20. These are absolutely exquisite and so cleverly thought out!!! The spoon necklace is so clever- I actually have a fork bracelet- WHY didn't I think of snapping that!?!?!
    That cabbage looks very tasty and so crisp- I failed to get crisp. I just kept forgetting and then when I published it, it was on my phone so couldn't add anything!
    Grate is SUCH a good shot- clever too!x

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  21. Hello Fiona, I enjoyed tagging along with you through your scavenger hunt. Your photography is great. My favorite is the cabbage. I found you from a comment that you left on a sister blogger's site and now I am following you. I would love to have you visit my blog and maybe you will be so kind as to follow me, too. I so enjoy making new blogging friends.
    Have a lovely weekend,
    Connie :)

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  22. Your photos are awesome, Fiona! I really enjoyed all the textures shown in the set. And the flower box! Every time I fly into Colorado from someplace with lots of water, I am blown away by how arid and brown the plains are. It's really quite stunning. I loved "scuppered!" ~ Haven't heard that in a long time! Have a great weekend!

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  23. Lovely photos, you've caught that Magnolia beautifully, the lovely mix of colours and the freshness. Xxx

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  24. Fun pictures! They're very springy.

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  25. Just read your comment on Vix's post, you talking to your 14 year old daughter. I think shoes are the area where men and women differ so much. When I look at the shoes some girls and women wear it reminds me of the old Chinese bound feet. Those teetery high heels with the thick soles - much hated in A&Es up and down the country. Men would never put themselves through such torture!

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  26. Some nice shots.

    Thank you. Love love, Andrew. Bye.

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  27. Hello and what beautiful images...you obviously have a good eye for style!?!
    bestest daisy j
    ps glad you bought the pattern it is very simple...looking forward to seeing your skirt

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  28. Hi Fiona and lovely to see you're still chazzing (monsoon skirt is gorgeous) and photographing too, love your card as well. Chris xx

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  29. Meant to say, I was glued to sewing bee too and would love to get back into it so e time, look forward to seeing your skirt when it's done. Xx

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