Tuesday, August 7, 2012

Scavenger Hunt Link Up Party

I know, I'm fashionably late.  So late, in fact, that I can't add my link to Rinda's list.  :(  But, better late than never, right?  I had planned to get this done BEFORE our trip to D.C. and have it set to auto-post, but three days in the office and lots of shopping, purging, packing, loading, and unloading left me with no time at the computer.  But I'm here, with photos!

#7. A person playing a musical instrument.  The day that we found Sarah's new apartment in the Ballston area of Arlington, VA, there was an open air farmer's market set up in the court yard right in front of her new building and this guy was playing the guitar.  I felt kind of like a creeper getting this pic, but I did it!

#2. A clothesline.  In Ocean City, drying beach towels outside is a common occurrence.  Still, it took me awhile to find a clothesline that wasn't empty!

#16 A Bride.  This one I thought would be really hard for me.  But our first evening in Ocean City, we stumbled across this beach wedding. Right along the boardwalk.  We've been to Ocean City at least a dozen times and this is the first time I've seen a wedding - timing, right?
The bride and groom after the ceremony - headed back into the shop where the procession was staged from.  If you have a beach front wedding in a public location like this, you are going to get gawkers and paparazzi like me snapping your photo I guess!

I have more photos to share, but these will do for now.


Karen said...

The bride was definitely a lucky find! We haven't been to Ocean City in a long, long time, but we had a lot of fun there when the kids were little.

Elizabeth said...

You lucked out with the musician and the bride. I still haven't found my musician but I'm still looking!

Jo.C said...

That is a great find of the bride and if you sit on a sidewalk with a mike you are asking to be photographed. lovely shots :0)

Maria Ontiveros said...

Great photos, especially love the bride! And I added a link to this post in the link-up party post so people can find you later!

Amy said...

I love it when you come across a random bride in the street and it is just what you need for your photographic scavenger hunt! Awesome Cheri!

debs14 said...

Rinda is turning us all into secret photographers, taking random street photographs! How lucky to just happen upon a bride. Another one to tick off the list.

scrappyjacky said...

Love the photo of the bride running across the street....I think this is going to be a hard one for me...unless....like yours....it's just random.

Melissa said...

I like the colorful beach towels on the clothesline. I'm still searching for a clothesline.

We were married on a frozen river in the Canadian Rockies - took a one horse sleigh ride to get there. When we got back to the stables, tons of people were taking our photo!