Monday, June 13, 2011

Scavenger Hunt Sunday

1. Long Exposure
Glow-in-the-dark accessories are a ton of fun for both adults and kids

2. Shapes
Vintage Painted Nail on Board Art from the 1960’s (older than Mommy and Daddy!)

3. Green
Mommy's favourite appetizer: Caesar Salad

4. Fruit
Complimentary fruit platter in a typical suite at the Banyan Tree Bangkok; can you name all the fruits?

5. Childhood Memory
Pinwheels are a part of childhood for many people...

15 comments:

tinajo said...

Great collection - especially love the pinwheels! :-)

Darlene said...

Good collection. I especially like the compositions of your shapes and green shots. Below is the link to my SHS items. I also live in Thailand.
http://darleneweberphotos.blogspot.com/2011/06/scavenger-hunt-sunday-june-5-11-and.html

Carmen said...

The salad looks delicious and so does the fruit although there is several I have never seen. I should go get some pinwheels for my boys because yes they are very fun!

Kala said...

Those fruits look delicious Serline. I don't know all the names though!

黄清华 Wong Ching Wah said...

All taken in one exciting day ...
What a colorful life ...

Allison Hoffman said...

beautiful shots!! and I don't know that I could name even one of the fruits - how sad is that??

Ashley Sisk said...

These are great - your shape shot is really interesting. Love that.

Chic Homeschool Mama said...

I love your long exposure- so much going on that makes me feel like I am standing right there.

Sharon Wagner said...

Another wonderful collection!

Tamar SB said...

The pinwheel picture is so amazing!! And those fruits are making me hungry!

Dirt On The Rocks said...

such beautiful pictures! the fruits look great, but i dont know what they are, lol or maybe i'm just not paying close enough attention.

Paula said...

These are all wonderful, Serline. I am truly smitten with number two! Although the plate loaded with fruit looks awfully tasty!

Cedar said...

I cannot choose a favorite! Such unique and beautiful interpretations! I am very impressed with your long exposure--that she is in focus so well, but so much movement every where else!

A Daft Scots Lass said...

Love your shots. Especially the windmills! Brought back some of my childhood memories. Thanx for the flashback! :-)

Thanx for visiting my blog and commenting too!

Buckeroomama said...

I love how they carved the melon! What do you call that yellow-brownish fruit next to the dragon fruit? I never knew its name in English. Growing up in Manila, we called them lanzones. Come to think of it, I don't know what it's called in Chinese either!