I have to say that doing the Scavenger Hunt was very special for me this week because the prompts were given by Ida P. Krause. She has been doing the Scavenger Hunt for a long time, but just recently she helped her grand-daughter, Coleen, set up her own Scavenger Hunt and link it to Ashley Sisk’s page. This makes my heart soar to see how this grandmother works with her grand-daughter and how they enjoy the hunt together and share pieces of their lives with us as they share their pictures. So, Ida and Coleen, this post is dedicated to the two of you. This is what I did with your prompts. You inspire!
- Signs or Logos
- Rocks or Stones
Ah, the machines of childhood that plowed through the sand in the sandboxes of summer and carried driveway stones to their construction sites at the end of the yard and now piled high under Mamie’s picnic table or piled high in the outdoor chairs covered gently with the leaves donated by the silver maple who lives in our yard.
signs or logos
I just snapped this one about a half hour ago. I had to take about 6 shots before I realized I needed to be on night exposure and to take the flash component off. I also had to use my photo shop to get the exposure right. I really like how this turned out. The logo is recycling, but I like the sparkle on the raindrops on the deck from the light streaming out the door of my house. Ah, this is so fun!
I have a quilted Thanksgiving runner that goes down the middle of my dining table. My daughter-in-law made it for me. I love it. She used thread that sparkles to make the quilting simply elegant. I took a close-up of a section of it so you could see how it shines. Thank you, Kelly!
Well, Dear Ones, thanks for dropping by. You will note that I did not have a picture for rocks or stones. I simply ran out of time and it is raining so I am not going to venture out again. However, I will leave you with this picture from the archives under my name below. Jesus is my Rock.