Scavenger hunts are always fun. Crossing things off your list as you find or complete them is so satisfying. 15 minutes in regular time may seem like a while, but 15 minutes in scavenger hunt time flies by. When I embarked on this photo safari, I really wanted to try to capture everything. Once I actually started, I realized that wasn’t going to happen. Despite that, I was determined to capture as much as I could.
For this scavenger hunt, I decided to head outside to the park. I figured the outdoors would give me more variety to work with. A few of the pictures were taken either on my way out the door or on my way in. Most were taken outside though. Here is a gallery of what I was able to capture.
I found this scavenger hunt to be challenging since there were many ways on could interpret the different task on the list. I took my 8 year old niece and her american girl doll with me for help. We took MANY MANY pictures that didn’t make the cut. We had the most fun trying to make her american girl doll (my inanimate object) look alive. We had a few mishaps with positioning but I think we got some decent pictures out of her. For me, my most inventive photo is the photo I took of my niece through the whole of a loose leaf paper. We tried this photo a couple times but I think the loose leaf was the most creative look. The funny part is that initially it was accidental. The idea sprouted from the paper flying away in the wind and me getting a glimpse of her head through the hole.
If anyone is interested, here is a gallery of a few of the pictures that didn’t make the cut.