Sunday, November 22, 2015

Scavenger Hunt

 a. When I grow up...

When I grow up I hope I have as great a sense of humour as Audrey who will be 85 in a few more days.  Here she is wearing a HUGE medallion, which honours her many years as an active member of her garden club. A few years ago she received a service pin for her 40-year-contributions to the group!

 b. Pattern

 c. Festive

 d. Triangle (four of them, actually)

This is part of the tower on the old firehouse in Orangeville.
e. Fancy

Yep, fancy but needing some repair!

I am linking to Ashley Sisk's Scavenger Hunt HERE

34 comments:

Tamar SB said...

The festive tree is so pretty!

Shammickite said...

Hooray for Audrey! I love the medallion, so colourful.

eileeninmd said...

Happy Birthday to Audrey! Pretty tree! The last house would be beautiful if renovated. Happy Sunday, enjoy your new week ahead!

Lowell said...

Great scavenger hunt, EG! I usually don't like Xmas decorations but I do like that tree in your "Festive" shot.

RedPat said...

You always do well on these scavenger hunts, EG! Nice fancy house.

Author R. Mac Wheeler said...

ah, don't forget the triangles within the triangles ;O)

Margaret Adamson said...

You attually have triangles in all youur shots, do you know that? Love theold fire station adn the festtive Christmas tree. that is a wonderful badge for Audrey. I am posting my SHS tomorrow so pop in then to see my choice of shots.

Linda aka Crafty Gardener said...

I love the festive tree. I'm collecting all sorts of trees for the mantle display this year. Well done Audrey for your wonderful contributions to the garden club.

Rose said...

I love that little balcony! I like what you have for Festive a lot, too. And I have never seen trim quite like that. As for the medallion, how fun. But it would break my neck! I would have to wear it as a belt buckle.

VP said...

This was a very good one, brava!

cieldequimper said...

I like the festive shot best. Perhaps because I need a bit of festivity at the moment. Tha medallion is enormous!

Sherrie said...

Hi,
Great shots. Love the shots of the firehouse.
Have a great day!

Sylvia K said...

Ah, more fun shots and giggles to start the day, EG!! These are all terrific and I'm so glad you share the fun with us!! I hope you have a great new week!!

Sandi said...

Is it just me or did architecture used to be a lot more fancy?

Ruth Hiebert said...

Great shots to go with the prompts.

William Kendall said...

The triangle shot is my favourite.

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

Most of the people I know in their 80's have a great sense of humour and take things in stride.

Sandra said...

beautiful architecture and I LOVE the white tree.. that might be the biggest medallion ever.. she is a busy lady

abrianna said...

That button is great! That old building is fancy - hope someone gives it some tlc.

Revrunner said...

Very lovely details.

edenhills said...

Audrey sounds like quite an impressive lady. Love all the architecture (and those fancy triangles). Hope you have a great week!

Stephanie said...

Wonderful selection!

Lois said...

I love Audrey's medallion. She must be quite a lady!

Michelle said...

I like that fancy shot!

genie said...

Huge is almost an understatement for the medallion Audrey is wearing. It is precious. And I really like the pattern on the second shot. Very appealing to my eye. A nice series.

Kathy said...

I'm always amazed at your talent and tenacity on the Scavenger Hunt!

Hilary said...

Great expression of these words. Gotta love that medallion!

Kay said...

Fun! You've got lots of triangles in this series..in fact, in every shot. You knew that, didn't you?

stardust said...

I got the same impression with Kay; many triangles including letter A and the white festive tree throughout your hunt. Wonderful shots as always.

Yoko

Kate said...

You are ambitious to engage in the scavenger hunts. My favorite, of course, is the top photo. Love life!

Indrani said...

Great pics for the theme. Well taken.

Darla said...

A scavenger hunt must take some thinking but your photo's fit the clues so well. Audrey must be an interesting woman.

Terri @ Coloring Outside the Lines said...

I think if I make it to my 80s I will be happy every day just to be alive! Great shots for the hunt.

Jennifer A. Jilks said...

What fun! I love your Audrey!

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