Hunt

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the power of waves

racing to shore brings jetsam

for beach clean treasure hunt

~

Joining in with Ronovan’s weekly Haiku Challenge: POWER and RACE

Our Photo Challenge: HUNT

Master R in his much loved crocheted Hoodie, which is a free pattern I offer on Ravelry and has been downloaded 1340 times!

Also wearing the Scraptastic Scarf which you can find out more about here.

To join in with our Photo Challenge just leave a link in the comments to your ‘HUNT’ photo.

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21 responses to “Hunt

  1. Pingback: Photo Challenge Round-Up: Hunt | Wild Daffodil

  2. Sadly not every child has the opportunity for simple pleasures like this…

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  3. What a great photograph, discovering treasure.

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    • Thank you Barbara, although we are doing a Beach Clean and mainly picking up plastic rubbish the children love finding anything and get quite competitive to see who can find the most – I just love their enthusiasm. xx

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  4. Lovely haiku, photo and hoodie to boot Daffy! 🙂

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  5. A boy hunting for shells – such a timeless vision. But not all boys have special handmade hoodies and scarves! (On our walk to vote this morning, I spotted a lone flip-flop in the leaves … too bad my camera [phone] was left at home.)

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    • What a lovely comment – yes, it is timeless isn’t it, thank you for that, ever since humans have been near beaches I’m sure they have collected treasures.
      What an extraordinary time you are having right now – the political climate seems to but going topsy turvy all over the world – things needed to change but good gracious maybe it all has to get worse before it gets better. Our news is full of your election – we all wait to hear the result.
      I too have started to notice dropped items everywhere – “flip-flop in the leaves” there is an allegory in there somewhere!

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  6. Love the sense of movement in the photo.

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  7. A treasure hunt, lovely.

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