I am posting this a bit early as I will be away for the weekend – hurrah!
I took some of these pics in Spain, some at our last event at Tatton and some at home, I have had lots of fun trying to think of unusual ways to meet some of the words and am very pleased with my ideas for a couple of them. The kids have now got used to me saying ‘oh that will be brilliant for the Scavenger Hunt’ as I dash off to take a pic.
Thank you so much to Kathy for continuing to post words for the hunt, I am still really enjoying it and it makes me think about photography in a whole new way.
As always click on the pic above to see the other pics at Kathy’s blog.
This is the painted ceiling of Valencia Cathedral but on my second visit there I bought some posters of the angels so last thing at night what I see is this beautiful artwork on my bedroom walls.
These two were taken at Tatton medieval event – here is the leg of lamb on the spit before it was cooked …..
And here it is fully cooked some 5 hours later. Literally 30 seconds after this pic was taken the wind blew a huge deluge off the roof of the canvas awning over the fire, soaking the lamb and putting out the fire! Luckily the group managed to rescue their dinner, we saw them later in the evening and everything was fine.
On the edge
Of the pool outside the Science Museum in Valencia – it was so hot that day, 33 degrees that I did manage a sneaky feet in the water!
Out of reach
The Angora sheep we fed at Tatton Home Farm trying to get their noses into bags of food which are just out of their reach.
Right up close to the door of Elche cathedral – what a wonderful door knocker!
There is a new group of bronze statues outside Elche cathedral, one is of the Virgin with this beautiful halo / crown.
Not quite the Koh – I- Nor but a big sparkly stone on my summer sandals.
On a truck at Tatton Home Farm
To me nothing beats the majesty of medieval religious art – this pic shows a Bishop from the museum at Valencia cathedral
This month old foal was dozing next to his Mum at Tatton Home Farm – so sweet!
The beautiful symmetry of Spanish ironwork – taken in Valencia