Friday, October 15, 2004

Photo Scavenger Hunt #2

Autumn Things

Nothing like a pumpkin to pick from.

Or a selection of gourds.

The kid in Spiderman regalia was told by his Mom to "fly down the haystack like Spiderman"!

   

This is a bona fide reindeer.  I can't believe he let me get close enought to him to take his picture!  He got upset when I did though, and began rubbing his antlers in the fence.  He got tangled in there and John and some other men went and had to untangle him.  I felt so bad because I disturbed him.  Valerie says I should name him Dasher because he is so Dashing.

Happy Autumn!  Can't wait to see everybody's entries!  Leave a link here with your entry so I can include your entry in the list of entries.  I will list all of the entries Saturday (tomorrow) night at about 8 PM.  Love, Krissy :-)  

16 comments:

  1. Wow! your photos are so great! I wish I could have gone out and taken some...I made my own instead! They are all ready to be viewed in my journal now!

    http://journals.aol.co.uk/abeator81/AmyLovesPeccarys/entries/359

    I hope they are good enough!

    Love, Amy xxx

    PS I had great fun making the pictures!

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  2. Pumpkin soup Recipe...

    800g pupmkin or butternut squash
    1 tbsp olive oil (not sure if you have tablespoon measurements in the USA...I'll try and find out the equivelent in mls for you)
    1 large onion, finely sliced
    1 1/2 litres hot vegetble stock
    1 bay leaf

    1. Cut the pumpkin in half, scoop out the seeds, cut off the skin. Cut flesh into chunks.
    2. Heat oil in a pan and gently fry the onion for ten minutes until soft but not browned. Add pumpkin and cook for three minutes.
    3. Add stock and bay leaf and bring to the boil. Simmer for 20 minutes until the pumpkin is tender. Remove bay leaf and whizz the soup in batches in a food processor until smooth. (I was planning to use a blender when the soup had cooled!)
    4.Return the soup to a clean pan, heat gently and season to taste. Add more stock if too thick.

    Sounds pretty easy!!!  It also has a recipe for spicy 'red hot' muffins to be served with the soup...good old ASDA!

    love Amy xxx

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  3. Great pictures. I have never seen so many Pumpkins together. The Reindeer is gorgeous.  You are very lucky to be able to take pictures like that. Have a happy weekend. xxxx

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  4. Great!
    The reindeer bring Santa to out town every December!
    That's real ones!
    http://journals.aol.co.uk/sdrogerson/SpecimenDays

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  5. These pictures are just great! Nothing better to get you into the fall spirit that's for sure...thanks!

    http://journals.aol.com/derasta/ADayInTheLife

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  6. YIKES! Such a fine example to follow. Love the kids jumping on the hay... or is it straw bales. Can I play?! Excellent Krissy.

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  7. OH, That's it....I get to be the judge on who wins the Autumn contest.  YOU WIN!  
    I thought about entering but time held me back - plus entering 4 pics into the FTP would take forever!  

    I love your pics-  isn't "FALL" a beautiful thing to take pics of!!!!  
    Sonya

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  8. dakotarose285210/15/2004 9:29 PM

    These are great pictures, Krissy.  I love the pretty orange color of the pumpkins and gourds.  Wow, that reindeer is pretty big.  He looks kind of lonely, though.  I guess he's waiting for the other reindeer to join him.  LOL  Take care.
    Susan

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  9. Wow...I love your pictures!  This is a really cool entry....you have done a wonderful job.

    ~Tina

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  10. I'm playing too! :-)
    http://journals.aol.com/ryanagi/Wherelifetakesyou/entries/1047
    -B

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  11. I love this!  This is my humble photo blog ...(very humble)

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  12. Dasher the dashing!!  I love him!!  So handsome!  Cool to see kids in motion and playing.  So the Mom told him to slide like Spiderman, you say?  I bet your "Little Krissy" wanted to play in that hay!  My little Valerie wants to play in a bundle of hay and leaves of looking at your pics!  Bravo!  Great pics, sissy!! xoxox
    http://journals.aol.com/valphish/ValsThoughts

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  13. I hope I am not too late! I happened upon your journal just yesterday and scurried around like a nut! Thank Goodness I was off today I would have missed it !

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  14. Here you go Krissy. Looks like most of the entries have made it in. Last but not least? I believe that you are getting quite a following!

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  15. Aesome pictures..cool idea's...I have a suggestion for a photo theme....stained glass windows......Kasey

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  16. sarajanesmiles10/17/2004 6:08 AM

    I love your pics Krissy :o)
    Your reindeer is definately more handsome than my deer!!
    Sara   x

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