Welcome to February's Scavenger Hunt, linked with lovely 'Greenthumb' over at Madewithlove.
February's Scavenger hunt, had a few tricky ones - Some that didn't immediately shout up and say 'take my picture!'- But that led to it being a very interesting hunt.
Hope you enjoy what I've found.
Over Half term I went to Kuching for a few days. Many of these scavenger hunt photos were taken there. This was the first to cross off on my list- a round mosaic outside the entrance to one of the shophouses.
A group of musicians that accompanied the Lion dancers, bringing good luck and prosperity to one of the local businesses.
Old lamps in a little curio shop on Carpenter St, Kuching.
F is for..Fireworks. We've had two weeks of nightly fireworks during Chinese New Year. This time we were on the 18th floor of the hotel and we were almost parallel with the fireworks outside the window!
This was one I really struggled with- I wanted to do something a little different- but alas it was not to be, one of my least favourite photos EVER- but at least it ticked the box for the scavenger hunt!
Our local park has evening performances of' 'dancing fountains' - It's quite entertaining for KK!
Clouds at 37,000 feet up. Flying from KK to Kuching.
Another hard one- but I went laterally with this one-Repurposed newspaper as a tablecloth, repurposed banana leaf as plate and repurposed jungle greens- Yep, these are jungle ferns- Midin- that are picked and then cooked. They are a little slimy- but after learning how to cook them at our cookery course- they aren't too bad.
Bags and bags of grains of rice- all different sorts, at kuching market. The Bario rice is the most expensive local rice, grown up on the Kelebit Highlands.
A shadow of a leaf on the trunk of a tree at Semmingoah National Park- We were waiting to see if the Orangutans were going to come for feeding- They didn't!
Lots of clocks in a shop that sold nothing else! Carpenter St, Kuching.
3 O' Clock
I always remembered 3 o'clock after it had happened! Until the day we went to stay at a villa at the beach. This was our late 'al -fresco' lunch - Fresh bread, cheese and fruit- All in a pretty idyllic setting.
Roll on March!