As Tina announced last week, this week’s challenge is a Treasure Hunt. In the past, I have created a list of treasures to be found on my photographic journey. Now I will go through my images to uncover these treasures.
Child looking forward to the future
Umbrellas of all kinds. But with thedrought here the parasol is more useful.
Trucks of all kinds.
Walking along the street there are many things lost: a mitten, glove, glasses, soccer ball, baseball mitt, and bicycle.
Saw this busker many years ago while walking along Fisherman’s Wharf in San Francisco.
I am always looking for reflections when I am near water, glass, mirrors, or shiny metals.
I hunted through my library and found all these treasures. I hope you enjoyed my findings? Which photograph caught your attention?
This week’s guest contributor Solander challenges me to see my interpretation of summer vibes. He wants me to make you envy and wish to be with me while I enjoy my summer and my favorite summer activities! I will share my summer vibes with my images. Click here to see Solander’s summer vibes.
I have stopped counting how many 100º days we have had here in Sacramento, Ca. I remember back a number of years when my two oldest grandchildren were on the Sunrise Sharks! That summer they lived with me and swimming was our life. Swim practice all week, and swim meets all Saturday!
My father used to say, “I scream, you scream we all scream for Ice Cream.”
I attended many festivals and fairs over the years. Covid and the increased heat have put a crimp in my attendance.
Chalk it up occurs every year. Maybe it will cool down, and I can enjoy all this creativity.
Wide open walls started in 2016. When it cools down I plan to go downtown and see the new additions.
Many years ago the Rennaisance Faire was held at Fair Oaks Park.
The California State Fair has been moved to July, and it is way too hot to attend this year. The fair used to end on Labor Day in September. Nights were cooling down, and I have to admit, I was younger. But I do love to photograph fair food!
Summer means getting out and enjoying food, fun, and festivals. But not so much with the very high temperatures. For August, I am thinking cool!