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Day 248 Daily Photo Challenge 09-04-2012 'Scavenger Hunt'
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Sep 3, 2012 23:43:24   #
aleone63
 
According to Wikipedia

A scavenger hunt is a game in which the organizers prepare a list defining specific items, using which the participants — individuals or teams — seek to gather all items on the list — usually without purchasing them — or perform tasks or take photographs of the items, as specified.[1] The goal is usually to be the first to complete the list, although in a variation on the game players can also be challenged to complete the tasks on the list in the most creative manner. (We need not worry about who is first)

Today we are going to have fun with a scavenger hunt. It is all open for interpretation, use your imagination and have fun. Here is what you will be looking for.
1. Shadows
2. Depth of field f/4 to f/5
3. Upside down
4. Something Old
5. Something children play with
6. Something colorful
7. Natural lighting
8. Leading lines
9. Freezing time

Post as often as you'd like and Happy snapping! :thumbup:
Shadows

D.O.F f/4

upside down

something old

something children play with

something colorful

Natural light

Leading lines

Freezing time

 
Sep 3, 2012 23:46:28   #
ianhargraves1066
 
Beautiful set of photographs! Well done
aleone63 wrote:
According to Wikipedia

A scavenger hunt is a game in which the organizers prepare a list defining specific items, using which the participants — individuals or teams — seek to gather all items on the list — usually without purchasing them — or perform tasks or take photographs of the items, as specified.[1] The goal is usually to be the first to complete the list, although in a variation on the game players can also be challenged to complete the tasks on the list in the most creative manner.

Today we are going to have fun with a scavenger hunt. It is all open for interpretation, use your imagination and have fun. Here is what you will be looking for.
1. Shadows
2. Depth of field f/4 to f/5
3. Upside down
4. Something Old
5. Something children play with
6. Something colorful
7. Natural lighting
8. Leading lines

Post as often as you'd like and Happy snapping! :thumbup:
According to Wikipedia br br A scavenger hunt is ... (show quote)
Sep 4, 2012 00:24:25   #
Sher
 
Wow great examples Annette.. I love the black and white swing, and the depth of field. This will really be fun....
Sep 4, 2012 00:31:33   #
aleone63
 
Sher wrote:
Wow great examples Annette.. I love the black and white swing, and the depth of field. This will really be fun....


You can be as creative or silly as you want! I thought about putting my watch in the freezer for 'freezing time' but figured that might not be such a good idea. :lol: I need an old watch! :D
Sep 4, 2012 00:38:06   #
Sher
 
aleone63 wrote:
Sher wrote:
Wow great examples Annette.. I love the black and white swing, and the depth of field. This will really be fun....


You can be as creative or silly as you want! I thought about putting my watch in the freezer for 'freezing time' but figured that might not be such a good idea. :lol: I need an old watch! :D


Hahaha.... Wanna see that one.
Sep 4, 2012 00:39:07   #
Janice
 
aleone63 wrote:
Sher wrote:
Wow great examples Annette.. I love the black and white swing, and the depth of field. This will really be fun....


You can be as creative or silly as you want! I thought about putting my watch in the freezer for 'freezing time' but figured that might not be such a good idea. :lol: I need an old watch! :D


I have an old watch that I hate - lol
 
Sep 4, 2012 00:43:56   #
aleone63
 
Janice wrote:
aleone63 wrote:
Sher wrote:
Wow great examples Annette.. I love the black and white swing, and the depth of field. This will really be fun....


You can be as creative or silly as you want! I thought about putting my watch in the freezer for 'freezing time' but figured that might not be such a good idea. :lol: I need an old watch! :D


I have an old watch that I hate - lol


Cool Janice, put it in the freezer! and freeze time :lol: just for a photo don't leave it there of course!
Sep 4, 2012 00:49:46   #
Janice
 
aleone63 wrote:
Janice wrote:
aleone63 wrote:
Sher wrote:
Wow great examples Annette.. I love the black and white swing, and the depth of field. This will really be fun....


You can be as creative or silly as you want! I thought about putting my watch in the freezer for 'freezing time' but figured that might not be such a good idea. :lol: I need an old watch! :D


I have an old watch that I hate - lol


Cool Janice, put it in the freezer! and freeze time :lol: just for a photo don't leave it there of course!
quote=Janice quote=aleone63 quote=Sher Wow grea... (show quote)


I will leave it - i truly hate that watch - lol
Sep 4, 2012 00:53:37   #
aleone63
 
Janice wrote:
aleone63 wrote:
Janice wrote:
aleone63 wrote:
Sher wrote:
Wow great examples Annette.. I love the black and white swing, and the depth of field. This will really be fun....


You can be as creative or silly as you want! I thought about putting my watch in the freezer for 'freezing time' but figured that might not be such a good idea. :lol: I need an old watch! :D


I have an old watch that I hate - lol


Cool Janice, put it in the freezer! and freeze time :lol: just for a photo don't leave it there of course!
quote=Janice quote=aleone63 quote=Sher Wow grea... (show quote)


I will leave it - i truly hate that watch - lol
quote=aleone63 quote=Janice quote=aleone63 quo... (show quote)


Well if it truly freezes time make sure you are having a good day! :D
Sep 4, 2012 00:56:53   #
Janice
 
aleone63 wrote:
Janice wrote:
aleone63 wrote:
Janice wrote:
aleone63 wrote:
Sher wrote:
Wow great examples Annette.. I love the black and white swing, and the depth of field. This will really be fun....


You can be as creative or silly as you want! I thought about putting my watch in the freezer for 'freezing time' but figured that might not be such a good idea. :lol: I need an old watch! :D


I have an old watch that I hate - lol


Cool Janice, put it in the freezer! and freeze time :lol: just for a photo don't leave it there of course!
quote=Janice quote=aleone63 quote=Sher Wow grea... (show quote)


I will leave it - i truly hate that watch - lol
quote=aleone63 quote=Janice quote=aleone63 quo... (show quote)


Well if it truly freezes time make sure you are having a good day! :D
quote=Janice quote=aleone63 quote=Janice quote... (show quote)


Aint that the truth!
Sep 4, 2012 02:59:55   #
catgirl
 
aleone63 wrote:
According to Wikipedia

A scavenger hunt is a game in which the organizers prepare a list defining specific items, using which the participants — individuals or teams — seek to gather all items on the list — usually without purchasing them — or perform tasks or take photographs of the items, as specified.[1] The goal is usually to be the first to complete the list, although in a variation on the game players can also be challenged to complete the tasks on the list in the most creative manner. (We need not worry about who is first)

Today we are going to have fun with a scavenger hunt. It is all open for interpretation, use your imagination and have fun. Here is what you will be looking for.
1. Shadows
2. Depth of field f/4 to f/5
3. Upside down
4. Something Old
5. Something children play with
6. Something colorful
7. Natural lighting
8. Leading lines
9. Freezing time

Post as often as you'd like and Happy snapping! :thumbup:
According to Wikipedia br br A scavenger hunt is ... (show quote)


wow aleone, what beautiful photo's wonderful example thank you pg 1
 
Sep 4, 2012 03:06:40   #
catgirl
 
think I have this right or Janice will be after me lol just kidding Janice
shadows me running like hell to keep up

depth of field parrot at the zoo

best I could do for upside down lol and she loves her squirrel

old car in Shoshone

some things kids like to play with

something colourful

natural lighting in the garden at Tlaquepaque

leading lines communication

freezing time my first hummingbirds ever

Sep 4, 2012 04:34:09   #
suejay50
 
Wonderful start....
Wont be able to join in as cant get to my hard drive.... still kid sitting away from home...bah humbug!
Still, will enjoy seeing all UHH posts.
Sep 4, 2012 06:15:43   #
RiverNan
 
Annette...good idea and great photos...love the swing
Pouring here expecting rain today and tomorrow..so might have to archive dive

Catgirl...you so funny love your kids and color

Sue Jay go out and take just one today...so you can join....
if you are kid sitting must be something around kids play with????

O think i will start with COLOR








one crazy one

covers two color and something kids play with

Sep 4, 2012 06:19:47   #
Wahawk
 
aleone63 wrote:
Sher wrote:
Wow great examples Annette.. I love the black and white swing, and the depth of field. This will really be fun....


You can be as creative or silly as you want! I thought about putting my watch in the freezer for 'freezing time' but figured that might not be such a good idea. :lol: I need an old watch! :D


Old watch, embedded in an ice cube?? That would be FREEZING time!
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