Tuesday, 6 May 2014

April 2014 Photo Scavenger Hunt

I'm so sorry it's been such a long time since my last post, but I've had all sorts of problems with my computer and blogger.  Hopefully back to normal now and I'm joining in again with Made with Love's photo scavenger hunt (although a little late for April).  I'm not risking changing the size of the photos so please click on them to enlarge

A is for?

Alarmed!  I don't know who is more alarmed; the statue or the bird

11 am
I've been away to Barcelona for a few days with my daughter and at 11 am on the first morning we took a walking tour of the city.  


The roof of this house that Gaudi designed in Barcelona is supposedly a dragon's back covered in scales

Gaudi used lots of broken tiles in his work





Our two trusty egg layers, Olive and Bree, scratching about on the compost heap



Other entries can be seen over at Made with love


  1. Thanks for joiningmin on this months scavenger hunt. It's great to see all of your photos, I really like smoth, scale, and tile. Greenthumb.

  2. Great interpretations - especially the layers. Wonderful pix.

  3. Hi LBM! I have enjoyed your pictures. I loved the humor in A, and your original take on layers! It must be awesome to have your own fresh eggs. I've never been to Barcelona, but I'd love to go. I'd be fascinated with anything to do with Gaudi! I so get computer and Blogger issues ~ sometimes I want to tear my hair out! I'm looking forward to seeing what you do next month! Take care!

  4. I absolutely love Barcelona - only been once but i would love to go again!

  5. Lovely set of photos LBM. x

  6. I love that first picture! Amazing timing to get that movement. And how lucky to have been in Barcelona to get a picture of Tile! Lovely photos.

  7. Lovely to see a post pop up from you, its been ages! Love Barcelona, great photos. x

  8. Love your pictures, especially the little man sailing in a pudding basin. Barcelona sounds wonderful.

  9. I love your interpretation of layers, I haven't thought of this possibility at all. I fondly remember visiting Barcelona many years ago with my husband, visiting some of the same places. x

  10. Welcome back! Great collection of photos, I love the scaly roof and scrap.

  11. Super photo selection! Your 'alarmed' photo brought a smile, and a great way to start off the series. Barcelona seems to be the perfect setting for scale and tile~ amazing! Of course, layers...chickens...never even crossed may mind until seeing yours...:) The full wheelbarrow is also a great choice and the truck going uphill is effective as well. Here's to May's hunt!