iSpy #50 Photographic Challenge
Every week, Lysha puts up a photographic challenge with prompts for us to look out for, then we share on Lysha's Saturday (my Sunday). It's always wonderful to see how people are inspired.
This week the prompts were: Color Pink, Package, Starts with S, the end, your choice.
PINK: I tipped out my bag of pink beads. Oops, how did those blue ones sneak in there?
Package: This scurrying oystercatcher has a little package in its beak it is taking back to it's mate. I think it's a pod of some kind. Taken on my phone while we were at the beach for an overnighter with friends on Wednesday. This is taken at Whitianga, a popular summer destination.
Starts withS: seashore. Also taken while we had a couple of days away this week in the Coromandel Peninsula. This is a place called Matarangi. The shore has been planted to provide habitat.
The end: The end of the day. Our backyard looking west.
Your choice: Jingle bells! The decorations up the stairs.
Check out the selection inspired by the prompts, here: ispy-50
this is a fabulous post Carol - love your pink beds, and your package interpretation is unique!
My favourite post Carol, do love the i-spy, the nosy side of me I think. Great pics again. the pinks are gorgeous, that flower, stunning, the sea bird and shore line are gorgeous and I love the sunset when you get to capture it like that, I feel lucky to see it and your beautiful christmas decorations are so pretty, love the silver bells.
Hope your all ready for it, we are so close, and I still have lots to do, yikes. Thanks so much for your beautiful card, I appreciate so much, it came yesterday.
I hope your christmas is wonderful.xxx
You always have great pics for this challenge love them all especially the beach ones and the sunset
Your pink beads and flower are so pretty! I am loving that shoreline photo and great snapshot of the oystercatcher.
I love all these photos - the pink beads are very pretty, and the shoreline photo could be a postcard!
Love the pink beads!
I love your pink beads and that picture of the shore.
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