Saturday, August 27, 2011

Scavenger Hunt Sunday!


 
Well I finally was able to get my photo's together for Scavenger Hunt Sunday! I have been really bad with doing this lately, it seems I am always away or busy. Ok on with the photos!
 
First ~ Old and New ~ I went with a picture I took at a very old cemetery on St. Simons Island at Old Christ Church. It's old but it was new to us as it was our first time visiting that church!

Second ~ Night Photography ~ I took this photo alittle ove a week ago but I love it and wanted to share it. Do you have any idea how hard it is to capture lightening???? I found it easiest when I set the camera down on a table and set the exposure time to 30 seconds. It was much easier to catch a bolt that way!

Third ~ Music (selfie) ~ Ok, I am assuming this ment we were to incoprorate music into our selfie. Ok, first off I hate taking pictures of myself and second, I do NOT play the guitar. My husband thought he wanted to learn many many years ago... but he never did, so we have an OLD guitar that I thought would look cool in my photo.


Fourth ~ Cheesy ~ Everybody takes pictures of their feet, myself included and I honestly don't know why we all do it because I do think it is kinda cheesy!


Fifth ~ Sun ~ Just a lovely shot of the sunrise over the atlantic while we were on Jeckyll Island. I love the shrimp boat that was going by!


Well thats all for my shots this week, I hope you enjoyed them. I really need to blog more often because it is something that I do enjoy.
Head on over to Ashleys Blog to see more great Scavenger Hunt Photos:





 

22 comments:

  1. Beautiful photos! I especially like the old and new shot. It has a great perspective.

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  2. These are all great but the lightning is REALLy awesome!

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  3. These are great! Love the sun and the lighting is just stunning

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  4. Love your entries. Old and New is my favorite, great perspective.

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  5. So glad you were able to make it - I love your entire set. Beautiful work...as always.

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  6. Your lightening shot is awesome! Capturing lightening is on my bucket list so thanks for the advice!

    Love your sun picture too! I am often up with the sun but with three little kiddos it is hard to go out and take a picture!

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  7. I love the old/new shot. Especially that you were able to catch that dragonfly. Gorgeous.

    Kathy

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  8. Gorgeous shots! That lightning is awesome.

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  9. I love the night and music shot!
    Vanessa
    Dilly Dally
    http://daily-dilly.blogspot.com

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  10. Beautiful! Love the old and new and music!!! Great job!

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  11. Love the lightening pictures! I always wondered how to get one! Need to try that trick one day:)

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  12. I love them all but the lightening shot, WOW! Great tip too on how you captured it.

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  13. Completely in love with the second & the last shots- WOW- incredible!!!!!

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  14. Great shots - love Night Photography the best! I can NEVER get lightning right! Visiting from Ramblings and Photos...

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  15. Oh my stars.. These photos are fabulous.. I LOVE your night shot.. That lightning looks so cool.. What a great capture.. But I must say they all look wonderful..

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  16. Loving this collection! I love the first and lighting photo!

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  17. that lightening shot is FABulous!

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  18. Great set and interpretations, love your old and new shot, wonderful DOF and capture with the dragonfly. Fantastic lightning capture!
    Thanks for visiting me @ Chasing Rainbows and your lovely comment.

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  19. Wow, these are really great. I love your night photo. How awesome!

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  20. Nice!!! I love the two first shots!!! =)

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