Thursday, July 22, 2021

Review of Photography Scavenger Hunt Game

B=Butterfly

 At our last photography meeting we were told to meet at a local park.  When we arrived we were given a sheet of paper with rules for a photography scavenger hunt.  I wasn't sure about this game, but it turned out it was a lot of fun and really got our creative juices flowing.

Rules for Scavenger Hunt




The sheet of paper we were given had place to enter our full name at the top.  We would then circle 7 letters from our name.  Below that were ten lines each starting out with a box for the letters we had chosen.  We entered the 7 letters from our name and then added three additional letters of our choosing.


My Letters and Photos


The letters I chose from my name were: M-Y-B-T-H-A and R.  The three additional letters I chose were L-D- and S.  When we chose the letters we were not sure what we were going to do with them so they were pretty random.  After we chose the letters we were given the rules and then we had an hour to go through the park and find something to match each of the letters.  I found the first few letters to be easy.  I took a photo of a tree for the T, a bench for the B, a house for the H and a sculpture in the park for the A (art).  I got down to the M and Y and really struggled to complete the last two.  I ended up photographing a yellow flower for the Y and mulch for the M.  I finished in about 35 minutes and then took some additional photos that could also be used with the letters.  I found it a fun activity to wander the park with a purpose and take photos.  It will be interesting to see what photos everyone took when we share them at our next meeting.

Photos Taken  during the Game



B-Bench

Y= Yellow Flower

Amazon Products on Scavenger Hunts



This one looks like it would be great for children to spark their interest in photography.




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6 comments:

  1. This really seems like fun activity and game to play. I can see how this could make a fun day for the whole family. As always, Mary Beth your photos are outstanding.

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  2. I've always loved scavenger hunts and doing one with a camera I think would be really fun and creative. Thanks, Mary Beth.

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  3. What a wonderful activity for anyone, especially a group of photography enthusiasts! I can also imagine kids with their mobile phones (or even the disposable cameras sold for wedding and party celebrants) having a blast with this photo scavenger hunt. Your photos are a delight, as usual!

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  4. Oh that sounds like an interesting way to kick up a photography club meeting. I imagine they can be pretty dull or full of techno talk. This would certainly change that focus real quick, no pun intended! Great pictures Mary Beth!

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  5. What a wonderful scavenger hunt! I love the idea. As always, your pictures are gorgeous, especially the mallard.

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  6. What a wonderful idea! Your photography group sounds fun! I really love your photographs especially your butterfly, just gorgeous!!

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