My second set of entries for Scavenger Hunt Sunday and I'm kicked about it..again! Just follow these rules and you are good to go!
1. Anyone can participate
2. You're encouraged to take five new photos this week for the challenge
3. If you get stumped, you may use one photo from your archive (although not too strict about it- I do my best to take fresh shots)
Link up here on Sunday (or Monday at the latest)- you can use the new button
5. Have fun!
Do hop on to Ashley's space to see what the others have done..they are all fab.
Now here are my interpretations:
This is a flower from my tiny garden and I thought the patterns formed on the petals were interesting...oh and the pink is absolutely gorgeous against that yellow, don't you think?
I don't have that many cook books and I tend to not use them even if I borrow it from the library (thanks to the world of food blogs out there). But I won a signed cop of the Masterchef cook book on a blog give away, a few weeks back and was adamant I would try at least a few recipes from those. Finally got down to it last week and this is what I tried :)
3. FALL COLOURS
I live in London and that too pretty much central London and so don't really see much of the fall colours like in Connecticut (which is mind blowing gorgeous) unless you head out to the country side, and then its absolutely beautiful. This is one from the archives, but an absolute favourite of mine. We headed down to the quaint lil village of Salisbury last year this time and the fall colours were jest beginning to set in. It could also pass off for orange but I had something better for that. This is a self pic :)
I was out on my balcony on a cold, windy morning with a cuppa coffee and thinking out loud when they would all start shedding, when this leaf flew on to my garden table. I thought the contrasting colours look pretty. So here is one for the leaf.
Aren't these the cutest lil carrots ever??? All ready to go into a roasting pan along with chicken.