Saturday, May 1, 2010

Photo Hunt #7~ April 2010









A Different Point of View
A Perspective Shot
Touch
Taste
Sight
Sound
Smell
Sign of Spring
Flowers
A letter found in nature
Trio
Fish
Water
Skyward
Mother Earth
Something Rare
Something Healthy
Something Colorful
Something Spicy
Something Triangular



This was such an awesome challenge, but not easy. As you can see the list for 20 things, photographed in April. This challenge is open to anyone, and I believe it runs every other month. You can go here and check out the other participants. Voting is also open to anyone and everyone, and anyone who votes is encouraged to vote based on their favorite photo, not just for a particular photographer.





A DIFFERENT POINT OF VIEW





A PERSPECTIVE SHOT






TOUCH







TASTE







SIGHT








SOUND








SMELL







SIGN OF SPRING







FLOWERS







THE LETTER Y FOUND IN NATURE







TRIO







FISH







WATER






SKYWARD





MOTHER EARTH






SOMETHING RARE





 SOMETHING HEALTHY





SOMETHING COLOURFUL





SOMETHING SPICY





SOMETHING TRIANGULAR








36 comments:

EG Wow said...

Nice, Shelle. I especially like the reflections in the water.

Melani said...

You take fabolous pics! :) I especially love the one of the track field, nice!

Laura said...

The bridge over still water is just lovely. And the lone tulip!

Love your blog. You're a mom of 7? Come on over for some mom inspiration and encouragement.

Joanna Jenkins said...

Love the duck pond! What a lovely spot. Thanks for sharing.
xo

Brenda said...

Who needs words with pictures like that? I like the one of the track meet, beautiful.

chhabi said...

beautiful photograph, specially the last one.

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

running into sun,
runners squinting one by one
till they cross the line


Pick Either Sky—or Both!
First Sky
Second Sky

Colleen said...

Great photos! I particularly like the first two.

Daniela said...

Wow, beautiful. The first one was stunning.

Regina said...

Beautiful photos and awesome reflections!
Cheers.

honeypiehorse said...

Wow, these are great!

Susanne said...

Welcome Shelle to FFF! I love your photographs. So beautiful. I don't know which I like the best they all bring such nice feelings when I look at them!

Karyn said...

Lovely photos. My favorite is the tulip...or maybe the pond - I can't quite decide.

And welcome to FFF....hope you come back.

Dragonstar said...

A nice selection.

~Cheryl said...

You managed to get those raindrops in the water! Excellent! The color of your tulip is outstanding.

Willow said...

A picture is worth a thousand words! You just wrote five thousand.

Have a great weekend taking more phtos.

Clytie said...

Absolutely beautiful! I love the sprinkles in the water of the first shot, and the rest are just as exquisite! Wonderful pictures!

Kcalpesh said...

You like clicking photos and you do it beautifully! Happy Photographing :-)

Pixellicious Photos

Len♥reNeverM♥re said...

Just discovered your lovely blog!
The red flowers against the white painted wood is stunning~

xo

"Lillagul" said...

Lovely photos all of them !
Just love the photo on the new Fig leaves !
I think the Ladybug tought it was a little bit cold , because it moved very slovely :)
So I had no problems with taking some photos on it in the Hepatica.
Have a nice weekend !

James said...

All of these photos are excellent but the top two and "Water" are outstanding in my opinion.

You are right about me taking my "Weekend Reflections" photo from a parking lot. :)

Have a great weekend!

Lis said...

thank you for the thoughtful comments on my blog :)

oh my goodness! what a amazingly rich and engaging body of images! So much eye candy to take in ... although that lime is really sticking with me. What a fun challenge. you definitely have an eye for rich color, textures, patterns and light. i look forward to perusing your images for inspiration.

and yes, i agree about always having dreams to inspire us and keep us expanding, growing, becoming AND to recognize we are doing so in every moment - if we choose to pay attention. certainly your images demonstrate that level of attention and awareness.

EG Wow said...

You.ve taken some lovely photos here. You have a very good eye!

Susanne said...

Very nicely done. I love the Signs of spring photo.

Colleen said...

I just realized that this was for the photo challenge. I'm doing it too, but I'm struggling with the senses.

Rhonda said...

Loved all the photos but my favorites were "Sight" and Letter "Y"
I've become a "Follower" to keep up with your blog.
Take care.

malandbrian said...

Loved your water! Great edit on it!

Amanda D said...

Great shots! I love the flowers shot and the trio shot. Well done.

Samara Link said...

Shelle, I am very impressed with your photos overall. You clearly have a really good eye. Excellent composition, interpretation and editing that made looking at your entries very interesting and entertaining. I feel like your fish photo is far and away the best one I've seen for that category so far, and I could totally see it blown up and on the wall in a restaurant. It's awesome! Ones that I thought were pretty were Mother Earth, Something Spicy, Water, and Something Healthy. You did a nice job with those, but I loved your shots for Something Colorful, Perspective, Sight, and Sound. All of those were awesome! I'm definitely going to have to check out your blog, in general. I'm interested after seeing your photos. Good stuff!

Desiree said...

Wow! Your photos are really impressive! :)

kaye said...

very creative pictures :) my two favorites are trio and taste!

Kaye—the road goes ever ever on

Faith said...

incredible photos! LOVED the diff point of view one, the letter found in nature was awesome, and the water was great, too! Awesome collection!

Raquel said...

Wow! My two favorites were 'flowers' and 'trio'. Nice collection!

Kristi said...

What a fun collection! Great job with the photo hunt! I love the point of view and sound shots but they were all great

Ang said...

amazing photos... really truly amazing!

Mom24 said...

Great job! I love the different point of view.