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Saturday, October 12, 2013

Songoraphy (Look Out Any Window) and Scavenger Hunt Sunday - October 13, 2013

Welcome -  Today I'm linking up once again for both,  Songography & Scavenger Hunt Sunday.  - Click to Enlarge all photos.

Please join me for SONGOGRAPHY:  Brought to you by Kathy from You'll Shoot Your Eye Out.                                 
This weeks song:  Look Out Any Window - Bruce Hornsby.

This was a rather "deep" song which I'm sure could be interpreted in a number of ways.  I wasn't sure what I was going to do for this song as I hadn't listened to the lyrics or looked them up all week long.  Once I did I knew I had the perfect photo for one of the lines in the song.


There's a man workin' in a field
See's the rain and it's burning
He's saying this can't be real
Oh as he sees the color of the fields turning

Look out any window
Look out any open door
Look out any window
See what's going on in the world around you

This was a view we happened upon on a little drive we took on Thursday afternoon.  -  To see a little more of the world around me check out my SHS photo's below as well.
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Now it's time to join Ashley for SCAVENGER HUNT SUNDAY






This weeks prompts were:  M is for..., What You Saw Today, Corner, Pink, and Hands.

M IS FOR...Mountains.  In this case,  The Blue Mountains - Part of the view from Scenic Loop.

 

WHAT YOU SAW TODAY:  Well I actually saw it on Friday.  I was complaining the other day when I saw Deanna's (Snippets from Springdale) lovely butterfly photo how I am never able to capture butterflies.  Well I was out with Coleen and her friend for Yogurt on Friday and we were sitting outside when look what landed on some nearby flowers and I Had my camera with me!  -  I learned this is a Red Admiral butterfly.  Isn't it gorgeous.


CORNER:  This is a bit of a stretch but just around the corner from our house there are these stunning Flame Maple trees and here is a shot of some of the leaves  of the tree - Place strategically in the corner of the photo too.



PINK: - I have 2 for this prompt.  One is more subtle with the pink then the other but I like them both so you get both of them.

Pink#1 - There is an apartment building across the street from the library that has these Hot Pink Chairs out on a little balcony and below a Hot Pink Door with a Sparkly Pink heart.  -  Notice the pink flowers in the planter too.

 
Pink#2 - Some Pink Mums we spotted while driving around looking for Halloween decorations.


HANDS: Finally I couldn't pass up using this photo of my niece and her new hubby's hands as they exchange rings at their wedding 3 weeks ago.



That's it for this week.  Please stop by both Kathy and Ashley's blogs and check out the other participants entries.  -  Have a great week.

30 comments:

  1. Beautiful photos!
    Greetings, RW & SK

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  2. Wonderful photos. I would absolutely love to live in that apartment building. It has such characters. Loved all of your pictures, following you now.

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  3. well you nixed the pink shots!!!
    the butterflies are exquisite and when you least expect something too..well shot. I like your BH's photo choice, he is a great musician and fine poet/lyricist. Happy Sunday Ida.

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  4. Those hot pink chairs on the balcony are way too cool! Nice capture of the butterflies. I waited all summer for one to land near me and it never happened.

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  5. Excellent shots. Love the 'working in the field' shot and all the rolling hills. Just gorgeous. Beautiful mountains and leaves as well. Have a great day!

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  6. That "view" behind the man working in a field is stunning!

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  7. Love that wide open farm shot! Perfect!

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  8. Oh.. the pink chairs are door are so adorable. All girly and sweet. LOL

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  9. The landscape and sky in your song*ography shot is unbelievable and breath taking. Great job on all.

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  10. Fantastic pictures! Love the old building style with pink chairs especially! I really enjoyed looking at the pictures from your Tuesday trip.
    Thank you so much for stopping at my blog, Ida. I appreciate all the support.

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  11. Your song-ography shot is amazing - how perfect for the words! love the red leaves too, so crisp!

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  12. That field shot is absolutley perfect and well taken too. I also like that pink apartment buidling. What a cool find.

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  13. Wow, wow, wow! Your Song-ography photo is exquisite! The colors, the textures, the perspective of the vastness of the land as compared to the farmer working admist all that beauty. Perfect in my mind :). Thanks for joining in on Song-ography. I enjoy stopping by to see your interpretations!

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  14. Lovely photos. I like most of pink and what you saw today !!!

    Have a nice week !

    http://nukkekotinukke.blogspot.fi/2013/10/scavenger-hunt-sunday-1310.html

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  15. Lovely pictures! Especially the wedding shot is very sweet.

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  16. your image for our song this week is nothing short of amazing!!

    get set for shs, as well!! such pretty butterflies!!

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  17. The sky is just gorgeous in that photo! Wonderful composition, and yes, it does fit the lyrics perfectly. I enjoyed your other photos too, especially the pink front door. And your niece's hands at her wedding. So sweet :)

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  18. Love the Songography image! Such a perfect image for the prompt. Really enjoyed your entire set!

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  19. I love the butterfly shots. They're beautiful.

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  20. Great selections for both prompts this week.
    Thanks for dropping by and visiting.

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  21. I love your hunt but specially the maple leaves, so amazingly red. it's funny how a season were life rest have such vivid colors. have a beautiful week dear Ida :) xxo

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  22. Gorgeous shot of the land being worked on. Farming really resonates with me as I so value those plots of soil. I was so dismayed when years ago my husband's father sold his dad's farm. Yes, he had to lease it as he didn't follow in his dad's footsteps but it breaks my heart to know that it no longer is in the family. Let alone what the price per acre is today!

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  23. The fields are a balm in their beauty. Love that you integrated a couple of memes♫ And thanks for dropping by my blog♥

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  24. These are all such wonderful photos. Those pink flowers have me smiling.

    Hugs~

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  25. Gorgeous photos! Loved your 1st "pink" shot in particular, and I'm jealous of your vibrant fall colors. We're still pretty green around here (and our trees in our yard (both of them--ha) are typically the last ones to change color in our neighborhood.

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  26. Yes, some nice pictures! I like these beautiful flowers of beautiful colors!

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  27. Wonderful fall photos are my favorites! The shot you used for hands is great too. I get to be the 2nd camera at a wedding this weekend, and I'll certainly keep this shot in my mind.

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  28. Your song-ography shot was a perfect fit! A lovely landscape shot.
    I really should get back into the 'Hunt' but can't seem to find the time these days.
    Love those pink chairs!

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  29. LOVE LOVE LOVE your Red Admiral!! and those Gorgeous Leaves!

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