Tina’s challenge this week is about treasure hunting! You can do one, many or all of the objects in the treasure hunt, which are listed below. Visit Tina’s beautiful blog for more inspiration, and please remember to link to her original post and to use the Lens-Artists Tag.
My treasure, Milo – of course!
Three things cannot long be hidden: the sun, the moon, and the truth.
Winter sun and clouds at home
Moon over the golden Buddha in Bhutan – fun find? Early morning walk and a great surprise at least. 52 meters high and containing 125000 small Buddhas inside.
Time is the only treasure I have on earth.
― Mitta Xinindlu
Autumn foliage and reflection
Don’t let a man put anything over on you except an umbrella.
– Mae West
Umbrellas through the rainy window
All I’ve ever wanted is a nice truck, and that’s what I got.
– Cole Swindell
A truck, a driver and a new wall
Children are the world’s treasure.
― Matshona Dhliwayo
Cousin and family visiting
Sincere thanks to Donna of Wind Kisses for guest hosting last week. Her beautiful post was inspiring for all of us, and your responses were truly wonderful. We hope you enjoy this week’s Treasure Hunt. Here is the list of items:
- A pet or pets (yours or someone else’s)
- The moon or the sun (extra credit for both in one image)
- Clouds (extra credit if you also include rain or snow)
- A reflection
- A child (extra credit if with other family members)
- An umbrella (extra credit if you include a person using it)
- A truck (extra credit if you include the driver or what the truck is hauling)
- Autumn foliage (extra credit if it’s something that only blooms in the fall)
- Something fun you found on a walk
We look forward to seeing your treasures. Until then, please stay safe and be kind.
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I really liked your first picture of the clouds. Love the color in that photo.
First, thank you for your constant encouragement and kind words. I am a little late this week…Truth! You know… sun, moon and truth…always. I loved that quote and the brisk beautiful photo to accompany it.
The mood you captured with your umbrella photo was my favorite photo. thank you again.
Thank you, Donna…sun, moon and truth… And, that umbrella photo seems to be a favourite this week!
Stunning finds and captures. The Bhutan image is really mesmerizing. The moon, the morning mist, the Buddha peeking over the trees… wow.
Thank you so much – that was a magical morning.
Fantastic! Love your photos! Especially the family ❤️
Thank you so much – and they are very sweet too.
Love your collection, especially photogenic Milo!
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Lovely collection. I specially liked the umbrella/rain shot: cause and effect in one go
Glad you liked it, IJ!
These are all wonderful!!
I could have guessed the first one and thanks for including winter, which I’ve always enjoyed. Family and children are so special and we should enjoy them whenever possible. 🙂
Thank you, Janet. I know you enjoyed winter. And family is precious.
That Header is sublime, Ann-Christine. And the Autumn colour. I even loved the snowy image. Hope your week is going well.
Thanks Jo…even loved! Great!
These are beautiful, but your first image is stunning, such gorgeous light
Thank you – glad you liked it, and yes – the light!
Great selection Ann Christine. Milo, of course, is a favorite. He’s a beautiful dog. And I love that rain/window image.
Thank you, Anne! Those two seem to be favourites!
I love your Milo! Your photos are beautiful Ann-Christine!
Thank you, Aletta! He is a gem!
Love to see Milo, Ann-Christine and your winter landscape almost makes me think winter is wonderful (here we get cold and wet winters, windy too. Not peaceful like yours…) Beautiful photos as always.
Thank you, Sofia. Winter can be wonderful…but not always!
I recognized Milo right off. These are fabulous photos and quotes for the topic this week. 😀 😀
Thank you so much, Cee!
Beautiful photos, lovely quotations. Thank you!
Great photos, great quotes. Love that Milo. Mae West is always a favorite. ‘I used to be Snow White, but I drifted.’ -M. West.
Thanks John! Happy to hear you love Milo, and M West is great.
Absolutely stunning images, Ann-Christine. You ticked all the extra bonus boxes with this post! What a precious moment to see the moon shining on the golden Buddha. Love the portrait of Milo. ❤️
Thank you so much for visiting and commenting, Dina – much appreciated! That morning walk seeing the Buddha made my heart leap.
These are fantastic images! I love Milo and the sun and moon images.
Thank you, Beth, so glad you liked them! This was a fun challenge.
Some wonderful images, Ann-Christine. I love that rainy view through the window and that winter sunrise/sunset. Your dog is truly your treasure, I’m sure. It shows in your composition.
Thank you, John! And yes, I often walk by that shooting range, and Milo climbed the hill to sit just below number 1…!
Great quotes to go with your lovely photos 🙂
Glad you liked them, Alison!