Wednesday, June 1, 2016

Photo Scavenger Hunt - #1 - Naturally Occuring Heart

Thanks to Alicia over at Golden Goddess Designs I have to join in on this Photo Scavenger Hunt .

The first item on the list is a, "wild heart"....hummm....where in the Arizona desert can you find a naturally occurring heart? As I was taking a post card out to my mailbox for the mailman to pick up today I actually spotted one in my very own front yard.

We stumbled across a very small cactus growing wild in the yard 2 years ago, I decided to transplant it into an empty spot we had where we had lost a shrub the year before never dreaming that this little plant would grow to be as big as it is as fast as it has.
Here is a picture of the entire plant.
You can see the heart shaped pad over on the right.
Here is a list of the items on the scavenger hunt. I'm wondering where I'm going to find numbers 2 and 3. If you want to join in on the fun, follow the link to the scavenger hunt above.

1. A "wild heart" - a naturally occurring heart (like the rock above, but it doesn't have to be a rock)
2. A footprint or pawprint
3. A skeleton, bone or x-ray
4. A book or magazine read during 2016
5. A porch or deck
6. A camper (caravan)
7. A family gathering
8. A drawing, art project, artistic photograph, scrapbook page, greeting card, or art journal page created by you.
9. Someone playing with, in, or around water.
10. A bicycle

11. Fresh produce
12. A window
13. The moon
14. A buffet of food
15. A team logo
16. A map showing a trip taken during the time period
17. Twins
18. A supermarket cart, basket or trolley full of groceries
19. A seasonal cocktail or beverage
20. Someone laughing
21. A photograph of you with a newspaper or calendar page from the time period covered in the Hunt. Note: you may not use a substitute for this item.

Alternatives - if you're having trouble finding any of the above, you may substitute from this list (but you may not substitute for item #21):
alternative 1: a lighthouse
alternative 2: a baby (human or animal)


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