Monday, February 21, 2011

Scavenger Hunt Sunday

Here are my interpretations from this week’s Scavenger Hunt Sunday.  I shot most of these on our trip this past weekend to the wonderful city of Strasbourg, France.  I wrote down all the topics and I must say, it made for a fun weekend as Brandon and I hunted through the city for these items.

1. Chocolate: The city of Strasbourg is filled with chocolatiers and other delicious sweets and pastries, making it more than just a little difficult to stick to my diet!

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2. Numbers:  We found these interesting Roman Numerals on a tablet in the Strasbourg Cathedral. 
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3. Canned Food: My favorite canned food and soup is Kurbis Crème Soup (Pumpkin soup).  This is seriously the best soup I have ever had out of a can.  I love it when pumpkin is in season because there are so many restaurants around here that have incredible Kurbis soup, but this stuff holds me over when I can get the fresh soups.  I’m not sure what I am going to do when I move back to the States!
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4. Music: The gorgeous organ inside the Strasbourg Cathedral was absolutely amazing.  I got this shot literally seconds before they turned out the lights on it.
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5. Stack: In my quest for chocolate, I found a very colorful stack of chocolates that were just too cute to not get a photo.
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7 comments:

Ashley Sisk said...

These are wonderful - your music shot is gorgeous!

Kristi said...

Wow, this was so much fun! I just love all your pictures, the stack is probably my favorite but that chocolate is a close second! Can you tell that I like chocolate?!? Beautifully done!

julie said...

All so beautiful!! Really love the numbers shot - so creative! :)

Becky said...

I love all of your photos! Awesome!

Aleks said...

oh yummy!!
ill take all the chocolate please.
ha.
i love your photos.
especially the chocolate.
mmm

Robyn said...

Love your music and stack shots--beautiful light!

Schmody said...

Very beautiful photos - you live in a lovely place!