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Old 07-04-2011, 12:43 PM   #1
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Default Photo Challenge #134 ~ Scavenger Hunt {07/04/2011}

I'm posting today because it looks like being a hectic week, and I scavenged the last item on my list today.


I don't know what put it into my mind, but on the bus on the way into work one day last week I was thinking of the scavenger hunts we used to do with a 6-10 yr old kids club, and thought it could be a fun challenge. A feather was one of the things I thought of, and lo and behold, there was a feather lying along the kerb near the river. So this week we're out scavenging: I'd like you to find a feather, a stone, a leaf, a shell, and a bottle or a can.
If possible scavenge them , but if you have to go for a more posed shot with something from the house that's fine. I nearly thought I was going to have to use an egg-shell or else some shells we brought back from Greece (till I found a snail shell along the path), and it took me three short local walks to find a stone worth photographing. No nice rock formations around here, sigh...I had some cherry stones as a back-up - the birds are gorging on the cherries at the moment and leaving the evidence behind.
Feathers, on the other hand, are ten a penny! I can't walk anywhere without finding some.



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I like that shell. I'll be hard pressed to find any shells in the desert but I think I still might have a shell that I used as a soap dish when I lived in Chicago. Any leaf I photograph might still have to be on the tree. I do have feathers in with my craft stuff but will look too see if any birds left theirs behind.
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This sounds fun...I will see what I can do.
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Woohoo! It's been a long time since I've been on a scavenger hunt! I love your photo of the red leaves against the grey stone street. I'm wondering what kind of neighbourhoods you hang out in, seeing that bottle of meth!
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I'm hoping for some cool rocks from Armadillo . And other shell options would be things like a tortoise (live), or a crab shell. We grew up in a seaside town, so there were always shells on the beach. It was much harder here, I've only seen one snail in the garden all summer this year.
The meth bottle is actually near work - it's not quite inner city, but there's a lot of council housing and a couple of hostels for homeless people nearby. It's mostly cider bottles and lager cans around here from the teens who hang out on the green areas in the evenings.
The red leaf looked lovely, but it's WAY too early.
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4 out of 5! I found everything right on my own property, except for a shell. Hopefully, when I do some gardening later, I might find a snail and his house!
Last week, while I was working the night shift, some sort of animal killed a bird on my property and I had not gotten around to raking up the feathers yet, so that was any easy find. The stone is part of the edging of my flowerbed. I was looking for a bottle but instead found a rusted old paint can right in front of my garage door. The leaf is one of the many colorful ground cover leaves I have in my garden.
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Great scavenging there, Ina. I like that can!! ANd in one go - you did better than I, I think I got two on the way into work and two on the way to the shops but the stone took a third walk.
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I like that feather and leaf Ina. I have LOTS of neat rocks in both my yard and house that I will be shooting; the ones in the house are rather dusty. If it doesn't rain tomorrow, I will take my self to the zoo and photograph a tortise (have never seen one in the wild) and some birds.
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We came across a tortoise by the ponds in the Botanic Gardens on our last visit - the first time I'd ever seen one there, though judging by the condition of his shell he was quite old. And we saw one in Greece too, up on the Acropolis.
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I'll be going up north to my friends' cottage tomorrow and I know that she has shells in a little flowerbed right next to the stairway.
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I wanted to use this tiny little robin's feather I found in our back porch last week, and I found a lovely snail on the wall behind the dustbin last night, so I went hunting for the rest of the set on the way to work this morning...
The bottle and the floating leaf were both in the river - low tide, so you can see the seaweed in the river too .
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What a fun challenge. I'll have to see if I can get outside tomorrow and see what I can find.
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Sabrina, I love your second set of scavenged items too! Here is the shell to complete my first set.
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Nice snail photo. I can't even remember the last time I saw an actual snail.
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My second set of scavenged items! We just spent a few days at our friends' cottage up north. The shell and the bottle with feathers were inside the cottage. The shoreline there is rocky and there are many beautiful and unusual rocks there, including fossil rocks. I found this pretty one on my early morning walk. Also on that walk, I found a batch of poison ivy plants along the roadside, so the leaves are poison ivy!
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Nice snail photo. I can't even remember the last time I saw an actual snail.
Audrey, after I took this photo at my friends' cottage, I also found another one in my garden last evening!
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That sea shell is beautiful, and I like the bottle full of feathers.
I have a crab shell that I found on a beach at the weekend, but I'm not at my PC, so I can't upload it right now.
So glad we don't have poison ivy here - I wouldn't even have known what it looked like.
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Ina, I used to have a shell like that but don't know what happened to it. My parents had three or four abalone shells that I always enjoyed looking at and sometimes playing with them. When they moved to Dallas, they tossed them!! They never ever asked my sister, brother or me if we would want them and I had ALWAYS wanted them. The other photos are good too. I'm still trying to get my scavenger items together. I have oodles of neat rocks but having problems with the other items.
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You can always go for birds and plants if you're stuck on the leaf and feather
That's a shame about the abalone shells when you'd always wanted them. I remember that when I was growing up we had three good clocks - one was meant to be for me, one for my sister and one for my brother. Only somewhere along the way the one that was meant to be for me got sold . I suppose that's better than your shells, which were just tossed.
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Last night as I went to bed I remembered that I had a feather duster! I NOW have five items to post. I'm beginning to think that birds and feathered things horde their feathers! Sooooo would feathers attached to its owner count? Last week I went to the zoo and could not find one feather and this morning I went to a southeast suburb that has a water reclamation place that has been turned into a riparian area and no feathers.
The bottle is one I saved when I attended the big Navajo Pow Wow a bunch of years ago. I think I bought the feather duster because of the way it was packaged; I think I only used it once. The turtles are at the zoo entrance. The rock I found in the back country of the Bradshaw Mountains. The mesquite leaves are on my neighbor's tree.
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Yes, of course you can use feathers on a bird. Hard to believe they're so hard for you to find - I see them all over everywhere here! The packaging on that duster is great - I can see you might have bought it just for that. Love the little turtles, and now at last I know what mesquite looks like .
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I was hoping to take a better photo of the little (about 3" across) crab shell, but having carefully transported it home on the motorbike without breaking it, I stood on it after taking this photo .
The rest were all in the park this morning - the stone is about the holm oak plantation; I guess I should have written it out because I can't read it all in the photo, but truth to tell it's a bit faint anyway. Gist of it is that they came from Lord Ardilaun in 1904...
Lots of feathers - I like this photo because it almost looks as if it were floating above the grass.

I was hoping to find some suitable vacation activity in the park for the current challenge - but I guess before work was too early!
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Here are another set of scavenger pictures; still haven't found a lone feather though. I loooove apricot juice, hence the can. Have no idea what kind of duck this is. The shell belongs to a Galapagos tortoise. The leaves are on a brittle bush that is quite pretty when it has it's yellow flowers. The rocks I got out in the "back" country north of me. The one on the left always makes me think of a petrified cow paddy. Wednesday I plan on going north to Flagstaff and perhaps I'll find a loose feather.
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I like those red rocks - they remind me of parts of Crete and the south of France. I LOVE the tortoise shell.
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Sabrina, your second set of photos is great too! Too bad about the crab shell!
Audrey, I love your photos too! Love the turtle shells and the rock with mica. Creative to use your feather duster! Your second set....I love the Galapagos turtle shell...is it on a live turtle? I love the subtle changes of color and the texture. Of the three rocks, I like the one on the right best.
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Yes, the tortoise shell is still being used. I photographed it at the zoo a couple of weeks ago.
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Love that crab shell Sabrina. Are those black things its eyes? And that feather does look as though it's floating.
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Here is my set of scavenger photos. The first one is a sea urchine shell (large one) I brought back from Key West many years ago. The second I will admit I'm reaching for the leaf but I went with pine needles. The third one is a heart shaped rock my youngest son found while walking along a dry river bed. The fourth is a picture of some of my bottles I started to collect. The last one is of the feather someone put on top of a sand castle.
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Great finds, Diana! I love that heart shaped stone and the sand castle!
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A great set! Love the sea-urchin shells, though ever after standing on a live one I've steered clear of them . Very photogenic. We saw some lovely porcelain sculptures at the weekend inspired by urchin shells.
Of course pine needles count as leaves - I love photos taken looking upwards like that.
The feather in the castle is cool

I'm working on another set, but as always the stone is causing me grief, that might have to be from round the house this time.
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I found THREE FEATHERS!! Of course, I had to go all the way to Winslow to find them. The rock, I think, is some type of quartz that I picked up in the back country. The leaf is the same Freemont cottonwood that I used in Inspiration challenge. The other day I was looking for something and found this Christmas ornament made from a shell. The bottle is a new juice drink I thought I would try; haven't decided if I like it or not though.
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I like the juice bottle, whatever about the juice! And the shell ornament is very pretty - I've never seen anything like it before.
I still find it hard to believe feathers are so thin on the ground for you - I can't go out without seeing them...
The quartz - it almost looks like seeds in it, or wild rice.

Must go and print a list of the challenges as a reminder while we're on holidays.
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I'm sure there are loose feathers around here but I'm never in the right place at the right time and I don't have my camera with me.
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Audrey....such a cool rock! I love the way the light shines on the cottonwood leaf, and the shell ornament is lovely!
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