Tomorrow is the last day of February! Did you remember to finish up your scavenger hunt photos? As of 3:15pm EST, I’ve received one link to pictures (and they are pretty fabulous I must say!). Get your posts up by the end of the day tomorrow and drop me a link – you can leave the link in the comments here or over at my original post; either way is fine, I’ll find you! In a few days, like Scott does, I’ll do a wrap up post with direct links to everyone’s photos. My non-blogging friends are encouraged to post photos too – put them on Flickr and make a set called “Scavenger Hunt” and I will link to them there.
I’m happier with some of my shots than others, but here’s what I came up with:
This is a little footbridge on Main St. in town. I think it is actually part of someone’s driveway, passing over a creek.
Faded Old Glory hanging in the front door of a colonial era house on Main St.
Meghan is taking the class “Introduction to Accoustic Guitar” this semester at school.
I wasn’t able to get quite the shot I wanted for this one, but this is the trailer for one of the more colorful trucks in this area, and belongs to the company where if you’ve ever heard of Wilbraham at all, this is why.
This one was actually taken inside Friendly’s, done stealthily with my iPod.
My favorite type of shoes – sandals! A teacher at my school, who retired last year, and I used to wait for the day when it was warm enough to wear our sandals to work, and see just how late into the fall we could keep wearing them. Meghan says I am a sandalholic. I don’t know, what do you think?
a park bench
Typical of just about everything around here these days, the only park benches I could find were buried in snow.
…which I took to mean mailbox. Just like the park benches!
from one of the big newsmaking events this month
Sarah’s gorgeous baby blues
cherry swirled Dove dark chocolate heart
I hope this isn’t too typical or expected, but it fit the bill. I find it hard to resist a rose as a photo subject.
I can’t wait to see how everyone chose to interpret these subjects!