Oh my goodness, we are well into the Scavenger Hunt now and it's time for a catch up of the photos we have found so far. I am really hoping that my forthcoming trip to Italy will fill in the gaps of the more difficult to find items. I'm hoping that I may also find some replacements for some I'm not totally happy with.
A cellular tower, a metal bridge, people wearing matching outfits and an overloaded vehicle.
A panoramic view from somewhere high in the air and people plugged into social media. My previous ones can be found here.
Now, I need to explain about the panorama one, there is actually more of that photo but it didn't fit into that template so it doesn't do it justice! It was taken at a high point of countryside near where I live and the views go on for miles. You don't really get the feeling for how high up we were - all I can say is that the little boy on his bike had to wait a long while for his family to catch him up that steep hill! I'm hoping I can replace this one, but I have a phobia of lifts so the chance of a rooftop view isn't going to happen. I'm hoping to find a nice hilltop somewhere where I can take a better (Italian) view, or maybe a shot from an aircraft! You can't get more high up in the air than that can you?
So I'm two thirds through - and really looking forward to clicking through the linky to see what everyone else has found. I've loved checking the hashtag on Instagram to see the pictures and it always amazes me how different people can interpret the same category. It's also interesting to see that something that is easy to find on one country is difficult to locate in another. That's the fun of the hunt! I also love the idea that all over the world, people are anxiously seeking out a flag pole with at least 3 flags flying from it. Such a fun project that links so many people.
Head on over to Rinda's blog later today to check out that linky!
I'm also at that point that is longing to tick the last one off the list but I know that the feeling of accomplishment will be swiftly followed by 'oh no, that's it until next year.'