Here it is mid-summer and today I'm joining in with Rinda's Photo Scavenger Hunt Link Up Party as I share my finds for four of the twenty-one items on Rinda's list. We recently took a trip to Santa Fe, New Mexico, where we spent time walking around downtown. As we neared the Plaza, we could hear music playing and there on the steps of the pavilion where two guys with guitars, so I was able to capture #7 - A Person Playing a Musical Instrument. It was a beautiful sunshiny day on what would have been my Grandma's 84th birthday. Grandma loved to play the guitar, and she would pick one up and immediately strum The Wildwood Flower as a warm up. I asked these guys if they knew that song and they helped me honor Grandma's memory by picking it together.
We returned to the Plaza on our last day in New Mexico to discover different musicians playing in the pavilion.
And there in the open space in front of the pavilion, I was able to capture #15 - Someone dancing.
We toured the New Mexico Museum of Art, and luckily we were able to take photographs (without a flash). As we strolled through a photography exhibit, Robbie noticed this pigment print and said, "there's your bride."
Admittedly, she doesn't look like a very happy bride, but I had pegged #16 - A Bride as the most difficult item on Rinda's list, so I'm excited to have this one checked off. Here's a closer look.
We noticed #9 - A Fountain as we were driving down one of the main streets in Santa Fe, so Robbie drove around the block & waiting patiently at the stop sign while I jumped out to snap this photo.
We actually saw quite a few other fountains while we were enjoying our time in Santa Fe - here's another favorite.
After a busy couple of weeks, I have lots more to share with you in the next few days - more scavenger hunt photos, new layouts, and a great stamping store we stumbled upon. So, be sure to check back often! I'm off now to check out other scavenger hunt photos at Rinda's Link Up Party!