Saturday, April 16, 2011

Scavenger Hunt Sunday: 4/17

Being a bit busy this week I didn't get too many chances to hunt for my captures, but in the end I did it. I made it on time and finished up Saturday night after the kiddos went to bed. I hope you like what I have found.

Time
This gorgeous clock which never tells the correct time.

Poem/Poetry
This particular book was given to me as a gift from my Librarian from when I was in High School. I worked in the library, but I also had won a poetry contest. As a graduation gift the Librarian not only gave me inspiration and knowledge but this lovely book.


Outside
A beautiful day watching the local boat taking groups of tourists from the island and back again.

Zoom
I had huge plans to go out and set up the tripod to shoot the beaming red lights of cars as they zoomed by. This did not happen. Time did not permit. I hope you like my literal interpretation.

Isolation
There were two geese swimming along when this particular one fell behind.

Scavenger Hunt Sunday

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35 comments:

  1. Love the clock photo best! Your work is inspiring and I'm considering joining the fun - just can't right now though . . .

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  2. Love the goose! That water is gorgeous...I just want to jump in (although I'm sure it's freezing!).
    I took the zoom prompt literally, too...took a photo of poison ivy at the top of a tree...definitly wanna zoom in on that stuff!

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  3. Amazing photography, I love the clock shadow though that was really good

    http://www.sheaky.com/2011/04/sooc-sunday-daffodils.html

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  4. Great collection of photos! I love them all, but the story to go with the poetry book is the best.

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  5. Great shot of the clock for SOOC Sunday. See you.

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  6. Beautiful shadows!

    My shadows, hope you can come and see. Have a blessed Sunday!

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  7. I really like your time shot.

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  8. Great pictures!! They are all really good!!
    I gues that clock is too busy casting shadows to keep the correct time.
    Thanks for sharing!!

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  9. Lovely, lovely photo of the goose! I love the clock shot, too. :) We got a beautiful clock as one of our wedding gifts, but it was more a pretty decorative thing than a real timekeeper. =)

    I think I missed my calling. I would have been happy working in a library. Great poetry shot. :)

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  10. Really, a "clock which never tells the correct time"?!? But it is so majestic...

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  11. Your photography is superb!!

    My Sunday Link:
    Airplane Shadows

    Do stop by if you can, I'd love your company. Have a great day....

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  12. With a clock that gorgeous, who cares if it keeps time or not? :-)

    SOME SAY THAT SHADOWS

    Some say that shadows are fragments of light,
    Others that they are but pieces of night,
    Fleeing like demons when dawn becomes day,
    Fearing the radiance coming their way.
    Is one notion wrong and one notion right?
    Just what are shadows if they are not light?


    © 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher

    Sad Café

    Dancing Shadow Tree

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  13. Great photos! I would like to ride on the boat to the island and back. Looks fun!

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  14. Great shadow on the clock. Love the crisp colors on outside!!
    Have a good one!!

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  15. Your poem and time are very good and interesting photos, poetic pics !!!!

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  16. I love all of your pictures!! Awesome!

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  17. I love your opening comment, you made it on time and so glad that you did, your photos are fabulous. I love the goose on the water.

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  18. Wonderful shots. My favorite is the zoom one. Good job.

    Marla @ www.blueskiesphotoblog.com

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  19. The clock is gorgeous.
    Great interpretaion. :)
    Beautiful color of the water and boat image!

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  20. Lovely photos. The clock is great, and I love the water with the goose.

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  21. I love your Outside shot!! And your take on Zoom, is really great! :)

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  22. Love your time shot...especially the shawdows in this shot...seem magical to me...all of your shots are great...

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  23. I think the outside shot is my favorite one. :)

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  24. Love the lens- gets me excited to upgrade my current system :)

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  25. Very nicely done - I really like your outside shot.

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  26. These are wonderful shots! I especially love your "isolation" shot. I can almost hear the waves as the roll by.

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  27. Great set! Love time and poetry especially!

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  28. I love all of these shots! The colors in the outdoors shot are spectacular and I really love your isolation shot!

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  29. That clock is gorgeous! And, I so LOVE that outside capture. Wonderful choices, each one.

    Have a fantastic week, Nicole!

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  30. Thank you everyone so much. I'm happy it all worked out even if I didn't have a lot of time to dedicate to the search. I appreciate all of your kind words!

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  31. Love your interpretaions of "Zoom" and your isolation shot! That water looks gorgeous

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  32. Clever take on the Zoom :)
    I love your isolation - gorgeous colours!

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  33. Your Time shot is gorgeous. Love the feel of the photo. And your Zoom is super creative. Love the isolation!!

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