Scavenger Hunt Sunday

I’m joining Ashley on a Scavenger Hunt.
Each week she lists five topics open to photo interpretation.
I get to take a new picture this week (first choice)
or find a picture I’ve taken and post what I’ve chosen.
I have fun matching photos to the words.


apr5 004Sweet pea


august25 to market 006It takes a lot of wheels to take the veggies to the stand. 
August 2012


feb24 014Our Poppies look  sunshiny.


apr5 001Warm spring sunshine makes the vines and berries grow.

Favorite sport

417405_4153899736736_815837327momknits_nI like Watching the Waves,
my daughter likes taking pictures 2012

If you like to look at pictures, join us here.

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  1. That last shot is my favorite. My Blessing likes to take video and pictures.

    • Thanks for visiting. That trip was special, a first for my three daughters and me for a ocean getaway

  2. I love the last shot.

    • At Pacific Grove,CA; taken on a first but not last mother and 3 daughters trip. Photographer is the youngest

  3. The sweet pea shot is so pretty. I like the one of your daughter taking pictures the most. Quite a few years ago we took a friend to the California to visit his son. We went to the ocean while there and my daughter loved it. She has wanted to go back ever since. She got married last summer and finally gets to go on her dream trip with her husband’s family in a few months. She is ecstatic.

    • My favorite spot is Pacific Grove,CA.The pic is taken there on a first but not last mother and 3 daughters trip. Thanks for visiting

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