Sunday, April 1, 2012

Scavenger Hunt......March 2012

I am enjoying the photo Scavenger Hunt hosted by Kathy ..I have taken a bit of "artistic licence" with some of the words for this month....as you will see later in the post!

Buttons...................(Haberdash in Castlemaine Victoria)


Words..............


Half a face..........(Tracey catching up on some much needed sleep on the way to Nundle...)



Fashion.......I think this mannequin looks quite stylish in her wrap.....


Here's a bit of artistic licence.......this is "city"......and I haven't come across one of those in my travels of late.......so Grong Grong is "it".....


Landmark........(the Chateau Tanunda  Winery in Tanunda)


Square......(pot holders I made for a friend.....)


Morning........(This was taken just outside Narrandera on the way home from Nundle last week.....)

Hmmmm......Theatre was another one that had me stumped....so have included a recent pic of (part) of the Hill & Son Grand Organ which is being restored in Tanunda. This organ is magnificent......the restoration is being undertaken by a band of very passionate volunteers  and is almost complete.


Street name.....saw some crackers while I was travelling over the past couple of weeks but this one is a local road............


Fancy.........thought this plate of goodness was quite fancy......and it tasted great too (Banana caramel tart.......yum!)


So that just leaves kitchen......................nothing fancy with this pic...it's the view I have as I sit at the computer writing this post......


So that's it for March.......can't believe we are into the fourth month of 2012 already!  Time does fly by when you are having fun!

'Til next time......................Lorraine

21 comments:

Cardygirl said...

Love these pics too!

shez said...

lovely pics Loz.xx

DAWNIE said...

Fabulous pics , just love that Rome Athens coonamble bag, I wonder where u got that ine

Tracey @ozcountryquiltingmum said...

The best side/half?? lol That tart looks very swisho! Too good to eat...and I think the mannequin needs a bigger scarf....modesty modesty! Cheers, Tracey

Cheryl said...

Great pics!!!!!

Little Blue Mouse said...

I fancy your 'fancy'!

Kezzie said...

I adore your photos!! Where is Tarrenda? I also took an organ shot which I was going to use for my 'fancy'shot (Royal Albert Hall organ, very fancy!) but then I used something else! Nice to 'meet you' through the hunt!!! It's the first time I've done it!

Lynda said...

What a month! Such wonderful pictures.

Daisy Jayne said...

Wow .... you have been busy... great photos

Peg - Happy In Quilting said...

You have had the best month Loz....watching all your posts have been so much fun...Dale and I are exhausted....xxx

greenthumb said...

What a fun lot of photos you have taken, I like your morning shot.

Chocolate Cat said...

That banana caramel tart looks SO good!!!!

Louise said...

Great photos! You fancy one looks sooo delicious! I found the list really challenging this month, but I got there in the end. Is this the first month you have joined in or have I just not visited you before?!

Louise

Country Girl said...

Artistic licence is definitely the name of the game! Great photos.

Lisa said...

Yumbunga, is my new favourite word!
Lisa x

Chookyblue...... said...

great pics.........

Down by the sea said...

I love your photos my favourite ones are the morning and that plate of fancy food!
Sarah

Sandra said...

Nice set of photos! That fancy food looks too beautiful to eat (well nearly...!) and I love your morning photo :-)

Sue SA said...

Great pics, I love your take on city, I'm a country girl at heart!

Marion Prime Designs said...

Great to see you photos Lorraine. Funny seeing the sign for Grong Grong, I used to live at Wagga Wagga and before that a little place called Old Junee, which is probably as big at Grong Grong. I have a friend who came from Grong Grong and Dad used to go there playing cricket. Bought back lots of memories.

Linda said...

I enjoyed your photos. It's really nice to see your part of the world in pictures, however simple they may seem to you. More than words, it gives each of us a much better impression of your world. Thanks for sharing them.