Sunday, April 10, 2011

Scavenger Hunt Sunday

1. Motion
I had something else in mind for this photo, but I didn't take the time to research it.  Therefore, I decided to take a photo of B doing one of his favorite things.........knocking over his stacking blocks.  

By the way, B was given this toy for his birthday and LOVES it!  I have decided it will be our go to gift, along with the latches puzzle for the 1st or 2nd birthday parties we attend.  (The stacking blocks can be found HERE and the latches puzzle HERE...if you are interested.)
Sorry, I just couldn't resist posting another one.  He is learning  to stack and he knows the block in his hand goes on top, so he was reaching up and saying, "Uhh, Uhh." 

2. Waiting to Click
 If you have children, you know you are always waiting for the right moment to click.  Well, I always click, but occasionally I am making ridiculous noises, faces, and body movements hoping he will look at me.  When he does......I click and click and click!

3.  Animal's Perspective
If you have ever spent an extended time in Florida you will know we have TONS of lizards.  On a typical morning, I can walk outside and see 10 to 12 around my driveway.  There may be one on the steps, the car, the air conditioning unit, the ground, the garbage can, or one of the many palm trees.  This may be what they see while perched on a palm.

4.  In Fashion
We're not very fashionable around here, but occasionally we're stylin'.  Does that count?  Actually, I got a new dress this week and I had thought about taking a self portrait, but time is a limited and treasured commodity, so it just didn't work out.

5.  Many
There are one too MANY instruments on the instrument panel of this airplane.  Okay, for me, there are one too many instruments in every airplane.  It is very impressive and intimidating.


Be sure to head over to Ramblings and Photos to view more of this week's interpretations.
Scavenger Hunt Sunday

17 comments:

deb duty said...

I love both photos of B stacking the blocks. He's just the cutest and those blocks look really fun. Definitely a great gift. The bathtub shot is adorable and I really like the compostion and I love the perpective on the airplane shot. Great photos!

Buckeroomama said...

B is utterly adorable! I love that shot of him stacking those blocks (which I love, by the way!) and that one of him with the cool, cool shades! =)

Nicole said...

Your waiting to click capture is priceless! So adorable. Wonderful collection of photos!

rhonda said...

your little man is totally adorable. love how the stack of blocks is about to goooooo. great shots this week!

Kindred Spirit said...

Your son is too cute!! I love your in motion shot & your take on fashion is super cool :D

Abby said...

Oh.My.Gosh! Your baby is so cute! I love chuby baby!

Kimberly said...

Beautiful shots! Your little boy is adorable! I love the bathtub shot!

Ashley Sisk said...

These are so great - that bathtub shot is priceless!

Chic Homeschool Mama said...

Those shades are too cute!

Dina @ 4 Lettre Words said...

We have those stacking blocks/boxes. Luke still loves them at 3-years old! LOVE that in fashion shot...and the tub is too sweet.

Have a blessed week, Amber!

Danielle said...

Awww! The bathtub picture is so adorable!

Kimberley said...

Hi there! Wonderful shots! I like the bathtub one the best! Thanks for sharing!

Kimberley

Tracy said...

The bathtub photo is so cute. I enjoy looking at everyone's interpretations!

As for the RAW. I am the same as you. The LARGE files were my biggest reason for not switching. I have decided to compress the photos that I know I will do noting with. And if I do decide to I figure it will be the same as before when I shot JPEG...nothing lost. Good luck if you switch. So far I really like it!

Jackie said...

I love all your shots. What a cute little guy you have on your hands.

misc.alaina said...

Great photos! Bennett is very handsome in those sun glasses. Love the airplane shot!!

Misty said...

Those blocks are so cool. I think my daughter would love them. I shall have to check them out.

Karli said...

Looooove the composition of your "waiting to click" shot - it's AWESOME! :-)