Sunday, March 18, 2012

Scavenger Hunt Sunday....from the archives

I have to admit that my little 60D, Audrey, hasn't been making it out much lately. I don't know why. I plan on changing that, but I also hope the weather gets a little nicer as well. Regardless, I am pulling from the archives today. Good memories.

The rules are simple: 

  1. Anyone can participate.
  2. You're encouraged to take five new photos this week for the challenge. Creativity is also encouraged!
  3. If you get stumped, you may use one photo from your archive (although I'm not too strict about it - I do my best to take fresh shots).
  4. Link up here on Sunday (or Tuesday at the latest) - you can use the button above.
  5. Leave comments for at least five entries around yours (we have so many new participants each week, this is the only way I know to be inclusive).
  6. Have fun!


This was a Scottish Wedding Dress that I don't think even made it onto my Edinburgh post but isn't it beautiful?


I am longing for the ocean these days. While this little island is small it is surprisingly difficult to get to
water without a car.

Nature's Own


The Mill Road winter fair

Photographer's Choice

The resolution is awful, my hand shaky, the light low and yet of all the photos I have taken this year, this is one of my favourites. Taken in Paris, friends gathered around food and wine in a quaint wine store turned restaurant in the 19th, toasting to this One Beautiful Life. I love it.

Next Week's items are sponsored by none other than Marissa over at Confessions of a Young Mama
  1. Whimsy
  2. Create
  3. Dust
  4. Seed or Sprout
  5. Swing or Drop

Have a great Sunday.


Jen said...

What a gorgeous set!! I love the beach soothing. And there's something about that last shot, and the way you describe's perfect :)

Deborah L. Tisch said...

Excellent set of images..I can honestly say I like them all. The wedding gown is so beautiful, as are all the others you shared here. Thanks for your kind remark on my blog today!

MG Atwood said...

Lovely set, really. I don't see shaking, low light, etc. etc. I see love and happiness pouring out. Your people shot is fabulous, and the words and nature's own are beautiful. Have an amazing week..really, make it happen!

Kim C. said...

These are all so beautiful. That dress is so unique. I would really love to see a street like that.

Miranda@becomingmyideal said...

All of your pictures were great. Your second and third shots were my favorites.

Holly said...

These are all so amazing. Love every one of them. Especially vintage.

Ashley Sisk said...

Love your quote shot - how gorgeous.

Brooke said...

WOW - my jaw dropped at the vintage wedding dress. So amazing. And the words in the sand - YAY! And your clinking wine glasses, very cool indeed. Well done.

kkkkaty said...

You obviously put some thought into these; I especially like the first and last photos..

ForeverHis said...

I know what you mean, my camera hasn't been getting out for a while, either, and I have been non-existant with taking photos. :( It needs to change soon!

Jenny said...

Wow, that vintage dress looks amazing! Great pictures!! I really liked the clinking glasses one, I actually think that was my favorite :)

Anonymous said...

Was this vintage wedding dress in a shop window on the Royal Mile? I have been looking for this dress for months online I love it!! Is it available to buy?

Krista said...

Yes, the dress was in a window on the Royal Mile, down past the big intersection (I don't remember what the cross street was called) but I have no idea if it was for sale

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