It's the end of April and time to share my photos from the scavenger hunt held by Kathy over at Postcards from the P.P. Some of the words were easy and some a bit harder and some just jumped right out at me. I hope you enjoy what I've come up with.
Rock...On our drive to Iowa we stopped in this really cute town along the river. This is a mock home built into the rock wall over looking a garden patio that the owners have outside their home.
Amazing...I caught this after the sun had come up the other day, the sunrise made the trees look like they were on fire, and I thought it was pretty amazing.
Can't live without it...Sunsets and sunrises, I can never get enough of them when I do see them. I kept snapping shots of this one. This is the sunrise that caused the effects in the photo above.
On the move...Here is our dog Sadie on the move through what looks like a field of dandelions but is really alphalpha, trying to catch up with our son Dan who was on the 3 wheeler.
Smile...I had to turn around for this shot and was quite happy to do so, otherwise you would be seeing a photo of me giving you a big smile and I really wasn't up for that ;0
Spring...Spring is here when the lilac bushes are in bloom. I had to bring some of it into the house, even for just a little while.
Multi Coloured...At the local bank there were lots of these pinwheels stuck in the ground and wouldn't you know it, they were multi-coloured.
Sticky...This one wasn't that hard to come up with, especially when we have this sweet sticky liquid at our finger tips.
Tangle...A little mess in my yarns, but not too bad, after going through my yarn stash this is pretty much all that I have left that is in a tangle.
Indulgence...Walking the cute town in Iowa, we went to indulge ourselves with a bit of ice cream. Our indulgence though didn't happen, as the ice cream didn't quite look as inviting as the entrance going into the shop.
Direction...This direction is one I wasn't about to miss.
I hope you enjoyed what I came up with for the scavenger hunt. It's a challenge to get my mind thinking and my eye looking for good photos, and I love it.