Sunday, June 26, 2011

scavenger hunt: june 26

1. window/doors - This is the home of Jefferson Davis. It's right across from the beach in Biloxi. I love how Biloxi has beautiful live oaks right near the beach. I'm hoping you'll focus on the window and not the lousy clone job. (It's not my fault there was an ugly a/c unit right where I needed to take a pic)

2. eyelashes - I hope you forgive me for being a cheater this week. Mason has the best eyelashes in our family and I haven't seen my sweet boy in almost two weeks :( so I had to use an old photo. I can't wait till Tuesday when my boys will finally be home!

3. paint - This is another one from the archives, but what's cuter than Brinkley getting her toes painted by her Aunt Becky?

4. leaf veins - This little patch of new leaves is on a tree near Biloxi that is called the friendship tree. It is an amazing 500 year old live oak. To compare, if you've ever been to Oak Alley, their trees are 300 years old.

5. faceless portrait - One more of my little niece Brinkley from when we went swimming right before my boys left.



27 comments:

  1. great set - I love the look of concentration on both faces in the paint photo

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  2. beautiful... simply beautiful every single one.. even with the clone job!

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  3. Great pictures! Your faceless portrait looks awesome! Good job! :)

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  4. Great shots! I love the texture on the tree. And I never would have noticed your clone job if you didn't mention it! :)

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  5. Awesome photos. Love the windows and doors.

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  6. I love your eyelash photo...it has a neat reflection.
    Great faceless portrait
    All around great set of photos this week!!
    Enjoy your Sunday!!!

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  7. AMAZING, again! Love your set. Paint is so cute :D That Brinkley is the cutest thing! Also, your window shot is great and I couldn't even find what you were talking about with the clone. Hope your boys make it back safe and sound from Michigan.

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  8. That faceless portrait of your niece is absolutely darling... as is the one of her getting her toes painted! =) Lovely photos, Deb.

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  9. Deb,

    So glad you joined in! Wow...that house is just incredible huh?

    Love your idea for paint! Adorable.

    Hope you have a blessed day

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  10. That paint shot is too sweet...and I LOVE that faceless portrait. Such beautiful colors!

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  11. I actually really like your first shot and I wouldn't have known it was a bad clone job. I think it looks great!

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  12. These are so nice! I love Mason's eyelashes - I would have used this too. :) Glad your boys are coming home this week!

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  13. I love that paint shot, and the first shot. Great job!

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  14. who wouldn't want to live in that house!!!

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  15. I grew up in Biloxi - your pictures made me a little homesick...great job!

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  16. Beautiful pictures again this week for the hunt - especially little Brinkley and that most unusual beach scene with the oaks.

    I've been so busy I haven't until now seen your 365 ones but have to say that I love those petals on the bird bath and that swallowtail butterfly capture is just awesome.

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  17. The paint photo really is too cute!

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  18. I think they are great Deb! I wouldn't have even noticed the clone work- I was too caught up in the beauty of a house with that view. I also really love that one of the toe painting & that last one. She is too cute!

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  19. Such great shots! I love your last one. Too cute! :)

    Katie

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  20. Loved reading your post - your little Brinkley is adorable!

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  21. These are great! Love the "faceless" portrait! And I totally envy your son's eyelashes!

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  22. Beautiful shots!!! My favourites are the first one & the leaves!!!!

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  23. I really like them all, but there is something extra special about the paint one--love captured!

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  24. What a beautiful series. I love your leaf veins, great choice of texture. I love your faceless portrait what a sweet little girl.

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  25. I cannot even tell where you cloned. :) Oh, I want that house, oak trees and a beach!!! :))

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