It’s that time of the week again, time to get out the spy glasses (camera lenses), good comfortable walking shoes (especially this week since I broke 3 toes), an enthusiastic partner (my effervescent husband) and a great photo editing program (mine is photo shop) to join up with Ashley Sisk and the community of scavengers for Scavenger Hunt Sunday! Yeah! Now that Felicity is a month old and well on her way to college, might we catch glimpses of her with a school backpack for this week’s “school” prompt?
The other four prompts were:
- Rule of Thirds
- Side Profile
Rule of Thirds
This is my oldest grandson’s pancake-eating technique. He demonstrates this a couple of times per week. It makes me think of my father who used to do this every time he had a knife. Sorry if this rattles your sensitivities. It’s something that just goes on and on in our family. We do try to get them to keep their tongues off the knives in polite company!
I took a close-up of this wee worker collecting pollen from the flower. As bees go he is relatively large, but small compared to the things around him. He is a carpenter bee and they have taken over the task of pollinating since the honey bees are becoming scarce due to a small mite wiping out their colonies. I think this is quite an adaptation! See the pollen on his legs. He is really loaded down. I was so happy when I got this picture.
If you read my last post, “Comfort is overrated,” this will make sense. In order to get from the small circle to the big circle one must move out of one’s comfort zone, one must set oneself in motion. This picture was taken by one of my readers and I really love it. Thank you, Carrie!
Going over to Ashley’s to see your pics now,