Sunday, January 15, 2012

Scav Hunt Sunday: Soups and Skulls

Stacked up:
Our kids, love the block area, and they create some amazing structures! This one from earlier in the week reminded me of National Airport in DC!

I am trying to be really good and not eat too much sugar right now, so this is as sweet as it gets!

Winter wonderland:
I was pretty shocked to wake up to a layer of snow on the ground on Tuesday making for a bit of a frozen walk to the gym and then to school.

I took this to be my photo of the day on Thursday and then I realized there are several holes here. It's a skull from the science lab where I have class one day this term.

Winter arrived with a huge freezing cold snap. So of course, soup was in order to defrost!

Scavenger Hunt Sunday

32 thoughts on the matter:

Sherrie said... {Reply}

Great snapshots! Love the winter wonderland shot, great idea. Have a great day!

Food for Thought

Nancy @ A Rural Journal said... {Reply}

Love your interpretations, Tamar! Unique and inspiring. Have a wonderful Sunday, dear! :)

Buckeroomama said... {Reply}

Hahaha, I very nearly featured a skull for Hole!

I love your Winter Wonderland... and I could use some of that soup right now. Looks yummy! :)

Seraphina´s Phantasie said... {Reply}

Wonderful photos. Your first shot is my favorite. So beautiful !

Saun said... {Reply}

mmm soup to warm the soul nice set!

Dorian Susan said... {Reply}

You've been so creative with the prompts this week...good going! Love the orange-that's a great image.
Looks like you had a good week at school with the little bops.
That skeleton-very clever for hole.

Rosie@leavesnbloom said... {Reply}

I would love a bowl of that soup right now as it's never got above freezing today! Great interpretations this week Tamar.

tiarastantrums said... {Reply}

that skull is hilariously creepy!

Danelle said... {Reply}

Hahaha! Love the skull!

Lori said... {Reply}

Ah...we had soup this week too. Never thought to use that for frozen.

Great shots and I love those blocks too, our waffle blocks were a donation to the daycare!

Mad Mind said... {Reply}

I love soup on a cold day! Nice set this week! And the hole shot is nothing short of awesome!

Anonymous said... {Reply}

Thanks for visiting. I really live your stacked. Great shot. Winter is a greats hot also but your idea of frozen would do the job. Thanks

Jen said... {Reply}

Very cool shots, Tamar! Love the skull :)

Bek said... {Reply}

Love your hole! I played around with an orange peel as well but didn't like the outcome.

Angie said... {Reply}

Love your 'hole' interpretation, Tamar! Very very clever!! And the orange is perfect for 'sweet'. Great shots! :)

Pieni Lintu said... {Reply}

Nice shots :)

Selena @ Stoneyville said... {Reply}

Yum soup! That hole shots made me laugh! Great job this week!

Dina @ 4 Lettre Words said... {Reply}

Love your take on Winter Wonderland, Tamar. Such a fun idea!

Kay Rhodes said... {Reply}

What an awesome block room...Great idea for frozen. Soup is a regular this time of year.

Ashley Sisk said... {Reply}

Nicely done - great interpretation for frozen.

Anonymous said... {Reply}

These are creative! I love soup for frozen!

shirley said... {Reply}

Lovely photos - Winter wonderland has arrived I see...
The soup for frozen - very creative.
Have a great week!

Patrice said... {Reply}

Great shots - Hole is kinda creepy...LOL!

Susan said... {Reply}

Fun, love the blocks and the footprints!

Brooke said... {Reply}

What a creative take on hole!! My son was wondering if it is real?!?! Loved your stck shot too!

Anonymous said... {Reply}

These are wonderful. I love the third and fourth ones.

Wendy said... {Reply}

Very creative! I love your interpretation of frozen. I spent today taking pictures outside, where the temperature was a balmy 24 degrees. I think I could use some of that soup to warm me up! Thanks for visiting my blog!

Cedar said... {Reply}

It has already been said...but very creative take on the prompts! Kind of creeped out by the skull, but I really love your blocks and soup shots!

Serline said... {Reply}

LOve orange and do you know the peels can do wonders to your skin.;)

Kathy said... {Reply}

I like the footprints in the snow. And I LOVE that you captured the orange peel sans orange! Very creative.


Sara said... {Reply}

Those blocks look like so much fun, awesome!

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