Sunday, April 15, 2012

Scav Hunt Sunday: Simple stitches

Back to the hunt after a week off for Passover! 

 Avi gave me this amazing hand-stitched piece of art for my birthday. This one, along with it's smaller twin, hang near my bed.

 Can't wash a sink of dishes with out getting some very bubble covered hands.

 One grain allowed during Passover is quinoa. I made this really yummy quinoa salad for dinner one night, it's a keeper that's for sure!

 The simple child, in the Haggadah; in Hebrew the word is Tam or תם - I found this picture in this beautiful Haggadah I inherited from grandparents.

I am a car-less individual so my main forms of transportation are my feet and the T. I had some fun with this one day this week on my way to work.
Scavenger Hunt Sunday

40 thoughts on the matter:

Anonymous said... {Reply}

what a great set of photos - your composition is always spot on.

Jen said... {Reply}

your transportation shot is AWESOME!!!
Great set, Tamar :)

Andee said... {Reply}

I really like your stitch shot.

honeystealsgold said... {Reply}

Love the stitch shot, what a lovely gift.

Brooke said... {Reply}

I LOVED each of your interps this week. STICH is lovely and bubble - so creative! Love your transport too.
Have a great Sunday.

Deborah L. Tisch said... {Reply}

Love that hand-stitched artwork, as well as the illustrations in your Haggadah.

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Susan said... {Reply}

Hey Tamar...happy day to you. You have some great takes on the words this week. I love the way you put together transportation-and bubbles. why didn't I think of that? Have a great day-I'm headed out in the sun.

Kathy said... {Reply}

Fantastic transportation series...really like the action and sense of movement u were able to capture.

Nukke said... {Reply}

I had ever heard about quinoa before this and it looks delicious! That is your best photo this time !! I also like that colorful book and your bubbles.

Have a nice week.

(maybe I'll meet you in Facebook ;)

Leovi said... {Reply}

Beautiful pictures, I like them all.

tinajo said... {Reply}

Great - that salad looks yummy too! :-)

MG Atwood said... {Reply}

Great minds in the grain dept! Love your transportation shot. Have a fabulous week!

Raymonde said... {Reply}

Tamar, the embroidery is beautiful, what a thoughtful present. I really like transportation. The quinoa salad looks delicious.
Thank you for visiting. :)

Andrea Dawn said... {Reply}

My faves are your stitch and grain shots . . . just beautiful!

Dina Lettre said... {Reply}

Love your take on transportation, Tamar. So creative! And, I really want to try quinoa. I've seen it around blogland a lot lately.

Megan said... {Reply}

Love transportation. So cool.

Gina @ Gigi Marie Photography said... {Reply}

Excellent work- I love that needle point- it's beautiful! Been forever since I have done anything like that- maybe I will give it a go & teach the kids.

Mad Mind said... {Reply}

I love that stitch shot. Anyone who can do that is superior to me. That's for sure.

Kim Cunningham said... {Reply}

I really love your transportation shots. So much movement and wonderful blur.

Valeria said... {Reply}

Love transportation, cool blur. And that salad looks yummy.

Valeria said... {Reply}

Love transportation, cool blur.And that salad looks yummy.

Anonymous said... {Reply}

Great set of shots. Your ideas are wonderful. Have a great day. Thanks.

Nicki said... {Reply}

I like your interpretations on this week's words - especially your transportation shot - well done!

Holly said... {Reply}

Your transportation shot is soooo cool! I tried real hard to capture something like that, but no luck.

Karen said... {Reply}

You nailed the transportation shot! Your quinoa photo reminded me of a recipe I have that I haven't made in to buy some quinoa!

Bek said... {Reply}

Love your transportation!

Ashley Sisk said... {Reply}

Great finds - I love stitch and transportation.

Lui said... {Reply}

I love Stitch and the image on Simple. What a great illustration!

Kim Stevens said... {Reply}

Love all your prompts! Stitch is beautiful, grain looks really yummy ( this is the second time this week I have seen quinoa mentioned, I'll have to try it), And your transportation turned out wonderfully.

Cedar said... {Reply}

Beautiful shot of some really lovely stitch work! Nice set!

Stasha said... {Reply}

You always find the most interesting, pretty interpretations for the hunt. If I lived in the city I would be carless too!

Leslie said... {Reply}

'Stitch' is beautiful.
We've been trying different grains and find we like quinoa alot.

Pieni Lintu said... {Reply}

Your pictures are so pretty!

Serline said... {Reply}

Love that salad garnished with spring onions. It looks yummy! I should try that one day. Have a great week, Tamar.:)

Susan @ Sunflower Status said... {Reply}

Fun finds. Love your stitch and the great picts in your Haggadah.

Buckeroomama said... {Reply}

I'm always in awe of people who could do nice stitchings like that. Great quadtych for Transportation! :)

Nancy Claeys said... {Reply}

Such an interesting and diverse week for you, Tamar. I always love coming here -- I never know what I will find. :)

Anne U @ hot coffee mama said... {Reply}

Beautiful stitch photo, great shots.

Kay Rhodes said... {Reply}

What a great idea for transportation. The photos really turned out great!!!