Sunday, May 20, 2012

Scav Hunt Sunday: 2 in 1

I had last week's pictures and was super ready to participate, but Lion OS X and I had differences of opinion on that matter.  All is well now so here is a 2 in 1 scav hunt!

 Noam walking down the sidewalk towards the graduation festivities.

 The commencement speaker was wonderful and truly inspiring, especially the song he sang.

Close up:
 Those eye lashes, they get me every time.

With mirror:
 A mirror in Beacon Hill.

 A great store in Beacon Hill which sold old parts to fit into the old style homes in the area.

And now this week's hunt:
Rainbow of colors in napkins at Crate and Barrel. 

 A metal fire escape around the corner from my apartment.

 It's been so wet lately that the moss on the brick walls near work has been super fuzzy.

On Fridays, the kids "make words" with letters and spelling patterns we have studied all week. They use magnetic letters and see how many words they can make with the 9 or 10 letters I give them.

I went for a Saturday afternoon walk along the Riverway. I just love how the Muddy River reflects the trees. 
Scavenger Hunt Sunday

32 thoughts on the matter:

Buckeroomama said... {Reply}

The Mirror shot in the first set is awesome!

I love the different fun activities you get the kids to do. Learning is so much easier when one is having fun! Love the Trees shot. :)

Karen said... {Reply}

Two weeks of fantastic photos! I love the composition on your mirror photo. The reflection and the colors of your tree photo ....great combination!

erica @ expatria, baby said... {Reply}

Oh! What a good idea for the fluffy prompt. And the last vibrent! I love this time of year with the new fresh green everywhere.

Mad Mind said... {Reply}

Those eyelashes ARE breathtaking. And the trees are very cool. Nice set for both weeks.

Brooke said... {Reply}

YAY! So many amazing shots. Great work on both hunts ;D

Kathy said... {Reply}

Tamar, what a great collection you have this week. I'm particularly drawn to your letters and the last shot. That beautiful greenery and reflection...lovely. Looks like our series is is the rubber game...Go Phils! :)

MG Atwood said... {Reply}

Wow, love both sets! Especially loving that metal fire escape shot. Letters is so interesting too. Have a great week.

Susan said... {Reply}

You did fabulous!! Your images, from both weeks are really great. I'm sorry I forgot you were graduating-many congrats.
I'm trying to choose a fave here amongst the images. Eyelashes and sidewalk, but maybe the metal shot too. Lots of great ones. Have a happy Sunday Tamar.

Megan said... {Reply}

Great photos from the last 2 weeks. I love trees. Looks like a peaceful place to go for a walk.

Andrea Dawn said... {Reply}

Tamar, you always have such interesting and unique finds and you have done it again. Love the tree shot . . . makes me want to take a stroll along that pathway.

Stasha said... {Reply}

Perfection. Missed you. Glad you and Lion settled your differences :)

Danelle said... {Reply}

Love both sets! But that tree shot--WOW! So beautiful!

Kim Cunningham said... {Reply}

I wondered where you were last week. Sorry you had some issues. Great sets, on both weeks. Love sidewalk, and I am wondering why I haven't thought of organizing the letters this way. That would be way better than being mixed and digging through. I'm going to do that!

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

Oh that last one is my fav for sure- what a beautiful place!

Deanna said... {Reply}

These are all wonderful, but I think the very last one of your walk along the Riverway is my fav!!

Deborah L. Tisch said... {Reply}

Tamar, you always have such great photos here, and this week is no exception. That very first one tugs at my heart, such a cute little guy. And I have a great fondness for trees, so that last image with lovely reflections is a favorite.

Nukke said... {Reply}

I like colors and fabrics with bright colors cheer up a day !
But most I like moss pic and that green view with trees !!!

Jen said... {Reply}

Oh my goodness...those trees are just beautiful! Love the reflection. I love how you combined two weeks together :)
Have a great week, Tamar!

likeschocolate said... {Reply}

Why is it that children have such lovely lashes.

Anonymous said... {Reply}

Great pictures for both weeks. Your tree shot is just wonderful. Nice idea for rainbow as well.

HI Carter said... {Reply}

great sets:-) good idea still posting last weeks too! those trees are lovely:-)

Nita Davis said... {Reply}

Two fantastic SHS series! Your trees shot is so picturesque, I would never want to leave. Hope you have a fantastic week.

Honey Mommy said... {Reply}

Love your rainbow shot, and the tree shot is absolutely gorgeous.

Ashley Sisk said... {Reply}

Two weeks of great photos - really loving metal.

Christine E-E said... {Reply}

double the fun! I love visiting your blog... maybe because I've visited your area... oh my, those eyelashes are adorable. And, was the graduation for your teacher credential program? Wow. those trees in this weeks SHS are simply beautiful. Are you planning to stay in that area? or leaving for teaching jobs elsewhere?

Serline said... {Reply}

The rainbow is so colourful and the tree shot is just fabulous. Have a great week!

Anonymous said... {Reply}

what a fun set!

Nancy said... {Reply}

Awesome captures, Tamar! Very creative interpretations. :)

Anonymous said... {Reply}

Great captures! :)

Kay Rhodes said... {Reply}

Amazing photos...I really love the reflection of the trees and your rainbow shot!!

Sian said... {Reply}

You are always so good at these! And yes those eyelashes! Adorable.

Ida said... {Reply}

Nice going to combine both weeks.
Your photos are wonderful.
My top pick from the week before:
Close-Up, what a sweet little face.
This weeks top pick: Trees, such a lovely scene.
It was a pleasure to view your work.