Sunday, June 12, 2011


Linking with Ashley for Scavenger Hunt Sunday.  Had a busy day entering my post in the evening.  I usually do this as a Sunday morning routine.  I'll have to see how I like it at the other end of the day. 

This week's items were: Long Exposure, Shape(s), Green, Fruit, and Childhood Memory.

View Toward Sea
View Toward Sea
Long Exposure:  I know what's meant by long exposure....did I get around to taking one?  No.
How about this long line with exposure at it's end of the ocean?  Will that cover me for a bit?

Tibetan Tingsha
Tibetan Tingsha
Shape(s):  These Tibetan meditation chimes are not only beautiful visually, but their sound is beautiful as well.  I don't know what the shapes on them represent, but they seem to fit with "shape".

Two Young Lads
Two Young Lads
Green:  I love this's one I took on an unseasonably warm evening in early May but hadn't had time to share.  I was glad to catch these two noticing the a kid, I don't think I'd have given it a thought.

Fruit:  I love fresh berries in the summer months.  The rest of the fruits I can totally pass on, but hard to resist temptation like this.

Casco Bay Ferry
Casco Bay Ferry
Childhood Memory:  I caught the "Island Romance" tied at the pier Friday evening in Portland, ME.  It reminded me of a summer day my mother took my brother and me to visit a dear friend of hers vacationing on one of the islands in Casco Bay.  I think it was the only time we took the ferry but the distinct yellow and white paint colors remind me of that long ago day from childhood each time I see them.  I should make a trip to one of the island this summer....always fun.

Those are my find for the week.  Can't believe tomorrow is Monday already!  How does that keep happening?


Jessaca said...

Great set of photos this week!! Really great interpretaion for long exposure...very creative!!
Enjoy your Sunday!!

Ashley Sisk said...

Love the last shot - beautiful. I also love your green shot. I wonder what they're thinking about.

Buckeroomama said...

I love the shot you got of the two boys... not often you catch boys standing still like that.

Those Tibetan meditation chimes are intriguing. Now I wonder what they sound like. :)

Linda R. said...

WOW!! such great shots this week.. I love your green shot.. Like Ashley says, It does make you wonder what they are thinking..

lisa said...

Fantastic photographs Susan.
I just love the one of the two boys watching the sunset.
I hope your weekend has been a wonderful one!

Marcy said...

I love the one of the boys, too. I have two boys who are one year apart, and some of my favorite photos of them are when they are still and thoughtful together.

Valeria said...

I do love the shot with the boys.. great

Kay L. Davies said...

To be able to photograph two boys that age, who aren't moving, but are possibly feeling moved — fabulous!
I like the last shot, too. I can never resist ships or boats in the water.
— K

Kay, Alberta, Canada
An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

Cedar said...

These are all fantastic! Love the green shot and the warm color on their faces!

Anonymous said...

I enjoy your interpretations, neat ferry shot. I love berries, too. I'm exhausted - we hosted a graduation open house for my oldest son.