Well, just how did it get to be the end of July so quickly? I'm really hoping to find all 21 items on Rinda's list this year, so I needed to get a move on recently. One night last week we drove up to Charlotte Beach on Lake Ontario to see if I could find a fisherman and a sunset. I managed both.
This man was very friendly, and made every effort to make sure I got a decent shot. (#19 fisherman)
As we were walking back down the pier, these two still had their lines out as they came down the Genesee River to their dock.
I have two to offer for the sunset (#5).
On Sunday as we drove to Seneca Lake, Tracy spotted this cute windmill (#16). I had another photo op in mind for a windmill, but this will suffice for now.
The first two stained glass (#14) windows are from our church.
Here's a more modern offering from the Corn Hill Arts Festival.
The candle (#17) was on the table for our anniversary. I didn't notice until after I'd taken the photo that the candle actually singed the edges of the flower.
On our travels Sunday, we encountered a young couple with a sleeping baby (nap: #6), and they were willing to let me take his photo.
So now I just have three items left to find---none of them easy, I might add. I'm glad there's still a good six weeks left!
BUT, I have two more photos to share. I've already posted photos for a police car, but we followed this old one down the road on Sunday. I zoomed in with my iPhone from the back seat of the van, and it's actually a pretty decent shot.
Two years ago, I hunted and hunted and hunted, but never found anyone on a unicycle. This year at the Farmer's Market, there he was. So two years late, but finally found. I'm still looking for a pirate from that year.
By clicking on "Summer Scavenger Hunt" under "Categories" on my sidebar, you can find the rest of my scavenger hunt photos. You'll be able to find more fun scavenger hunt finds right here today.