Rinda’s 2013 Summertime Photography Scavenger Hunt: Part 2

continuing the scavenger hunt after Part 1 of my photographs here…

*pictures can be clicked for a little closer view*

9.  A photo with someone or something that is clearly out of place or doesn’t belong

#9 Blarney Castle Cafe

after visiting Blarney Castle in Cork, Ireland we stopped at this cafe for some lunch and spied some bold and industrious Jackdaws helping clear some of the tables…

#9 Jackdaws eating foil wrapped butter Blarney Castle Ireland

they worked hard to get into the foil wrapped butter and had good success…

practice, practice, practice 😉

10.  A bench that is outside

#10 Edinburgh Scotland bench

 Mr Magpie taking a bit of a rest on Father’s Day in Edinburgh, Scotland

#10 Bench York, UK

and another bench in the historic town of York, England

11.  An animal in a zoo, aquarium, nature preserve, etc.

#11 Kidwell Farm Virginia

less than ten minutes drive from our home and not too far from Washington, DC there is a working 1930’s style farm with a nice variety of animals that is a kind of nature preserve…

#11 cattle and sheep

it is an opportunity for suburban and city kids to get to see what a farm is like…

#11 Pig

I enjoy visiting in all seasons…

#11 goats

something is always going on…

#11 Roosters

the other morning two roosters were having a LOUD crowing contest from the top of the pen…

12. A cloud in the shape of something (please specify what you see)

#12 Stonehenge Cloud Heart Cloudthis proved to be a bit tricky with so many wonderful clouds in the sky changing so rapidly

#12 Stonehenge Cloud Heart Cloud (1)

hearts seemed to be a recurring theme with thanks to Mr Magpie for doing his special draw a heart trick to help you see what we saw…

#12 Cashel Heart Cloud

near Rock of Cashel, Ireland

#12 Cashel Heart Cloud (1)

and some Scottish clouds…

#12 Scotland Heart Cloud

good thing we helped you out a little showing you the hearts in the after photos eh…

#12 Scotland Heart Cloud (1)

we came to the conclusion that they don’t make clouds like they used to when we were kids and saw things all the time…

13.  A fence

#13 Across from Stonehenge

our first stop after leaving London was Stonehenge and the pastoral scene above was just across the road…

#13 Ireland near Molly Gallivans

misty hills of Ireland…

#13 Kenmare Ireland stone fenceslovely green and breathtaking views of stone fences all through Ireland…

#13 Lake Districtwe took so many photos of the dry stone walls (used as fences) in England’s Lake District too…

14.  A stained glass object or a mosaic

#14 Cardiff Castle

a sample of the gorgeous stained glass in Cardiff Castle in Wales…

#14 Bath Abbey

and a peek at the amazing Bath Abbey

#14 Pitcher and Piano Nottingham, UK

we visited a deconsecrated church turned into a beautiful bar…

#14 Pitcher and Piano Nottingham, UK (2)

the Pitcher & Piano in Nottingham, England…

#14 Pitcher and Piano Nottingham, UK (1)

with stained glass so stunning our photos do not begin to do them justice…

 

15.  A fire truck or police car

#15 English Fire Engine, Irish Police, Scottish Fire Engine

a fire engine in Oxford, England…Irish Police (Garda) and a Scottish fire engine…

Part 3 coming soon which will include:

16. A windmill
17. Candle(s)
18. Your local pub/bar, coffee house or tea shop
19. A fisherman
20. A dinosaur
21. A photograph of you with an artistic tool or craft supply (you cannot substitute for this item)
Bonus/substitute items. If you find any of the above items too difficult, feel free to substitute either (or both) of these items. You can substitute up to two items, but you cannot substitute Item #21:
-A person wearing an outfit (or item of clothing) that symbolizes your country
-A sundial

thank you Rinda for a really fun scavenger hunt…

31 responses to “Rinda’s 2013 Summertime Photography Scavenger Hunt: Part 2

  1. oh my gosh! WHAT AMAZAZING impressions.. absolut perfect photo art!

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  2. Oh; what awesome pictures Patty! Thanks so much for sharing. I do see the hearts in the clouds and in the one picture above the heart, I see a shark-like shape with a fin and in another a swan! The church windows are stunning; I could sit in front, of them, forever just looking at them.

    Have a wonderful day! xxoo M

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  3. Love to see all these photos Patty. It is as if I’m travelling with you. I’ve spotted the heart in the last cloud photo without peeking 🙂
    Now I’m inspired to do a hunt the coming week while I’ve some time off of work xox

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  4. That stained glass just blows my mind. I am such a sucker for it! And I love your finding the hearts in the clouds. I love the scavenger hunt idea. Maybe soon I’ll do that, too!

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  5. Good Evening
    Stained glass is fantastic. And the hearts in the clouds too is fine.
    BEAUTIFUL PHOTOS
    Regards and Blessings
    Uma Maheswar

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  6. Beautiful photoes from both US and UK , ..oh and I see the hearts….also se the one-between the clouds , laying down- formed beautifully!!
    The mosaic is gorgeous, and looks like they are very big!! How fantastic to make a bar in an old church!! and the stained glass pieces there are amazing! That is also your English country side ,I soo love it,. and the fences,too !! Patty I just yesterday again viewed the : Midsummer Murders in TV , the series I told you about!! , –and thought of you and your tour 🙂 ..I`m happy you did not end up in one of those villages… they seems to get killed all of them LOL..
    Hugs to you lovely friend-
    Dorthe

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  7. Scavenger hunts are so much fun and speak to the chid in each of us! Your photos are so beautiful, soothing, and humorous, sweet Patty. Thank you for sharing. xoxo

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  8. Sorry…. That should be “child” not chid!

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  9. lovely photos and such a fun challenge. It was nice to see more of your photos from the UK trip – clearly you took hundreds 🙂

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  10. I saw that heart in the clouds straight away………..:)
    Ok, your photos are AMAZING! You met the challenge of the hunt and went BEYOND BEAUTIFULLY! I love them all and what fun to participate in such a fun challenge.
    I’m going back to re-look and see what I missed!
    xoxox
    Jan

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  11. Wonderful photos, it’s always great to see pics of my home land! Thanks for sharing, Valerie

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  12. How I enjoyed this trip and of course your wonderful photography.
    Scottish clouds, oh let me tell you I know them only too well LOL.
    My favourite, the farm. I could happily adopt Mr Porky, he is so cute as are the goats.
    Such an enjoyable post.
    Wishes
    Lynne

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  13. A great selection. The Pitcher and Piano’s stained glass windows are beautiful. I love the Jackdaws. A couple visit my feeders but they are very timid and fly off at any movement by me, unlike the ones in Cork

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  14. gosh patty absolutely amazing…their clouds are to0 heavy , not like our clouds ..lol… love the hearts…I could pick them 🙂 funnt Charlie just posted pics of blarney castle this morning, she has been on a weekend tour….:)

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  15. Gorgeous photos! You really embraced each item and brought out the best! I especially love both your benches and the beautiful stained glass (plus the goats!).
    Rinda

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  16. Great, great pictures! You do such a wonderful job with any task you take on!

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  17. Again…beautiful photos. Love that you spotted hearts in the clouds. That seemed like it would be a really hard one to find. I so want to do this next year.

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  18. Gorgeous photos Patty 🙂 It’s so much fun going along with you and Mr Magpie on this scavenger hunt!!! ~Sophia

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  19. Oh my word, this has been a wonderful game the photo’s AMAZING..
    The Jackdaws are so cheeky and so kool, looooove to see Mr Maggie pie in Scotland, I think he would look fabulous in a kilt :)..The wall behind with the stone, in York is awesome. The farm, fantastic, oh my goodness the animals are so sweet, love the shot with the pig, with the sun rays, fabulous..Now those clouds, hmm I take a lot of pictures of them, love clouds, hearts would certainly appear in the sky for you two lovely couple, looooove the Scottish sky’s. The misty hills of Ireland a dream, and the lake districts is gorgeous.. Those stain glass windows are a sight to behold. Then 3 trucks in different countries, amazing… It has been a wonderful adventure joining you’s in the scavenger hunt, I had a fabulous time, can’t wait for the next installment. Thanks so much and have a fabulous day, big hugs….

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  20. Oh, what wonderful pictures! Each one is my favorite until I get to the next and then I have another favorite. What a terrific way to fulfill the scavenger hunt with your holiday photos. If pressed to name one favorite I would have to pick the Stonehenge picture with the heart cloud because of my long-standing (LOL) connection to the site. 🙂

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  21. You took enough photos to cover two or three lists. I am really enjoying not only the awesome photos on the list, but also this trip you took to the British Isles. That photo of Mr. Magpie on the bench next to that iconic red phone booth is PRICELESS. Glad to see phone booths are still around in some parts of the world.

    I feel like I’m still taking that trip with you, as I peruse these photos this morning. I look forward to part 3, too.

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  22. Love to see all these wonderful photos. Thanks for sharing.

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  23. Wow, Patty, your images are outstanding; so beautiful! Amazing skills you have there!

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  24. Our days of travel are over, due to health, but your photos brought back some wonderful memories of trips to England, Ireland, and Scotland in the past. Thanks for sharing your trip with us.

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  25. What a wonderful way to share your fabulous photos.Such fun! =)

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  26. Wonderful photos! Love the ‘hearts’ & those beautiful windows! xxx

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  27. What fun! Your stained glass photos are absolutely stunning.

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  28. These aren’t easy! I love all your pictures! Now I will see hearts in the sky! 🙂

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  29. oh my traveling word! those are spectacular photos! I had some catching up to do but I lingered over the emerald isles and got lost in the scenes! That was some trip. I especially loved those country side photos and the ones with the cows and the clouds we must discuss!!!

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