Tuesday, 29 July 2014

July photo scavenger hunt

This month's photos have mostly been taken during our holiday in Cornwall. I had a tiny piece of scrunched up paper in my pockets to remind me of the prompts.

The scavenger hunt is organised by Greenthumb over at Made with love. Have a look at all the other scavenger hunts, there are some amazing photos to see!


C is for? Cup. This teacup was hanging of a branch at Melinsey Mill on the Roseland peninsula in Cornwall. 
 


9pm: or thereabouts (time is fluid during the holidays). Walking through a field of barley, enjoying the evening sun 
 



Stem: I am not sure if these stems are stems in the botanical sense? I found them on Peter's Cove near Portscatho.




Pool: one of many rock pools we explored during our holidays.

 
 Dough: pizza dough, slightly dried out because we were enjoying the beach.
  

 
Liquid: a refreshing pint of beer in the Plume of Feathers in Portscatho

 


Lever: Yes, I know, our car is in need of a clean....
 
 
 
On the wall: this house in Mevagissey seems to be perched precariously on the wall
 
 

Together: a rare photo of all six of us, sitting on the steps of our holiday home.
 


In your bag: a spot of shopping after our return from Cornwall.
 
 
 
Your view of today: I saw this sign inside Melinsey Mill in Cornwall. I need some. Actually, I could do with plenty.
 


Sweet: These were possibly the sweetest strawberries I ever tasted. They were also undoubtedly the most expensive ones we've ever had.


I hope you enjoyed my finds! Why not have a go yourself? It is really quite addictive... Have a lovely rest of the week. Cx
 

23 comments:

  1. Great photos! I especially like the cup and liquid.

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  2. Great photos, Looks like you had a great holiday in Cornwall. Lucky you I love it there.
    Gillx

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  3. Thanks for taking part in this months scavenger hunt, what a great group of photos. I can see we have some similar photos. I really like C, pool and sweet. Greenthumb.

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  4. Fun post. We had a lovely holiday in Portscatho a couple of years ago. Such a beautiful part of the country.

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  5. Gosh these are great photo's! I love the one of you and the family together, everyone looks so relaxed! And the cup in the tree, fabulous! Hope you have all settled back into the home routine after your hol's X

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  6. Great photo's Christina, the family photo is an absolute treasure, it is so rare here too to have everyone in the same place at the same time. What a beautiful set of holiday photo's you have.
    Thanks for all your visits to my blog, they're much appreciated x

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  7. Lovely photos, especially the one of all of you. The house on the wall is fantastic. I stayed at Mevagissey years ago, I vividly recall the seagulls waking us up at about 3.30am. It looks like you had a wonderful holiday, glad you're home safely. CJ xx

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  8. Lovely photos :) I love the cup (it's put an idea in my head!), the together photo and the precariously perched house (although not sure I'd feel comfortable stepping foot in there!). Your holiday looked idyllic :)

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  9. Lovely set of photos..
    Amanda x

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  10. Great photos Cristina! On The Wall is so clever! And the 9pm is beautiful - so much light still that late. And dirty cars? You haven't seen ours - it transports dogs, a toddler, and a husband who does construction!

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  11. Lovely, colourful, summery photos - I will join the scavenger hunt....one day!

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  12. Lovely photos. The scavenger hunt does sound tempting to join but I know my spare time will be in short supply again soon. Enjoy the rest of your holidays :)

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  13. I really enjoy your photos Christina, and you made a great choice yet again! I would love to do something like this but my photography skills need some improvement first! I think I would be really stuck for ideas too as I am not the most creative... Cornwall looks so nice and a place we will visit soon. :)

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  14. I really enjoyed your Cornwall theme and it gave you some lovely interpretations. A few of us had alcohol for liquid! Not sure I'd want to live in that house. The photo of you all is lovely. My favourite though is cup. x

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  15. Looks like you had the loveliest trip and you are a gorgeous family.
    Hugs,
    Meredith

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  16. What a lovely family photo! My favorite, though, is the cup hanging in the tree. And the house on the wall looks interesting - I'd love to go inside.

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  17. Super collection of photos, I like the cup in the tree and that's a great find for on the wall!

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  18. A tree-cup :) Perfect. I love the photo of you all together on the step on holiday...lovely memories made I'm sure. That precarious house on the wall was an excellent choice... Looks like a wonderful and memorable family vacation.

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  19. What great finds!! Glad that you are having a good holiday. xx

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  20. A lovely collection of photos. I really like your teacup tree and the house on the wall ( I wouldn't be game to enter the room nearest the edge). It looks like had a wonderful family holiday.

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  21. You are so right Christina- it is addictive!!! I just think your whole collection is exquisite! The angles you choose really work! The beer shot is so cleverly done! If I had done it- it would be the pint, but you showed just a teaser and contrasted it with the lovely wooden texture of the table! The rockpools are beautiful and make me long to go to Cornwall again!! Interesting house! And I really do think that the hour you chose to walk through the barley fields really was the perfect hour for it! The fields take on a magical hue at that time!x

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  22. P.S. sorry I am so late in visiting- have been away on holiday with DREADFUL data signal!x

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  23. You are a great photographer! I love all the subject matter as well... and that picture of all 6 of you together, will get harder and harder as the kids grow, when I get my adult boys together, they just pull faces now!
    Much love,
    Tammy

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