Friday, February 17, 2012

~Point~

The PhotoHunt theme for the week is 'Point'.
This was a hard choice. . .

. . . but I went with a road sign pointing out the curves on the winding road to Montisi in Tuscany.


Leave a comment and your link !
Happy Hunting y'all~
Sandi

58 comments:

  1. Starting from the point up till the
    Montisi need how many hours? It seems far from the picture.

    http://keeyit.com/2012/02/17/photo-hunter-point-circle

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  2. All the way up will have alot of pointers to guide the visitors? Else easy to get lost~

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  4. The small points on the building eaves mimic the points on the road sign. We're pointing our noses at interesting scents.

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  5. i had a tough time too but managed to find a few photos appropriate for the theme.

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  6. I point you towards http://bit.ly/zIB3QZ to make my point :)

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  7. That arrow sign does point the way!! This was harder than I thought it would be.

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  8. Looks like a lovely area to drive in and good idea for the theme. Happy Weekend.

    http://carverblog.blogspot.com/2012/02/phothunters-point-and-circles.html

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  9. Light Point:
    http://maboe.blogspot.com/2012/02/soloppgang.html

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  10. directions are my Achilles heel, male pride and all =]

    http://safarisogood.blogspot.com/2012/02/photohunt-point.html

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  11. That is a really cool photograph. Thanks for sharing. :)

    My take on this week's theme is here:-
    http://webs-of-significance.blogspot.com/2012/02/point-and-circles-this-weeks-photo-hunt.html

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  12. Our arrow points to a tummy!

    http://katniplounge.blogspot.com/2012/02/saturday-photohunt_17.html

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  13. This is a wonderful photo. Have a great weekend!

    Point

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  14. Finally I'm back with PH!
    Will visit everyone tonight.

    Mariposa's PH!

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  15. wonderful spot.

    my entry is at http://ewok1993.wordpress.com

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  16. Here is our POINT for this week's Saturday PhotoHunt!! Thanks so much for keeping PhotoHunt going!!
    Your TX furiends,

    http://jcfloresinc.blogspot.com/2012/02/saturday-photohunt-point-with-samantha.html

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  17. Normally I'd try to edit the sign out, but it's perfect here.

    My photo is here

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  18. I get to the point without even getting up out of bed: http://www.sparklecat.com/diary/photo-hunt-point

    Hey, I'm a cat... that's how I roll!

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  19. Oooo, I envy your travels! My Photo Hunt only took me a few blocks from my house.

    BTW, this is a brand new blog - only a week old - and my first Photo Hunt entry! Howdy!

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  20. Great photo ~ the tree tops "point" as well!
    Our version of "point" is posted ...
    http://zoolatry.blogspot.com

    PS I can't figure out how to make that an actual link,
    would be easier for bloggers to access ...

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  21. Happy Saturday Sandi. My shot for point is posted.

    Zoolatry to make a link to your blog so people can just click on it you type in <_href_=_"http:zoolatry.blogspot.com">words you want clicked on i.e. zoolatry's blog or something like that - NOTE - I added spaces in (shown with the underscore _ symbol) so the html code would actually show . . . I hope. LOL

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    1. opps. Forgot to close the code. After you type in the words you wnat to appear in the link you need to type in <_/_a_> to close the code and make the link. note - I added those underscore spaces in again so it would show up on your screen - when you type it in remove them and leave no spaces.

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    2. Thanks for the tip!
      Y'all have to see Jerry's photohunt... pointing to all kinds of trouble~>

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  22. Very appropriate for the theme :)
    Mine is here
    http://ruth-bheag.blogspot.com/2012/02/photohunt-point.html

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  23. Oh, I like your choice, Sandi! Mine's up here.

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  24. There were so many possibilities for this theme :-)

    Mine is here:

    http://www.cheriesplace.me.uk/blog/index.php/2012/02/17/photohunt-point/

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  25. Great Point!!!

    Here's ours:

    http://www.friendsfurevercatblog.blogspot.com/2012/02/photo-hunters-point.html

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  26. Great choice for the point theme! What is that building in the background?

    http://blog.susanstclair.com/index.php/2012/02/17/photo_hunting_circles_and_point

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    1. Sue~ that is the beautiful Tuscan hill-town of Montisi in the background... only a few curves away :-)

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  27. Lots of points in my post today - ears, beaks and petals.

    http://wncmountainliving.blogspot.com/2012/02/feathers-flowers-and-fur.html

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  28. My photo hunt for this week is located at
    http://nssaprof.blogspot.com/2012/02/photo-hunt-february-18-2012.html.

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  29. Here's my picture from our trip to DC:

    POINT

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  31. Okay, I give up on trying to make this into a link.

    http://www.artnbarb.com/2012/02/saturday-photo-hunt-point.html

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    1. Here's a suggestion that might be easier - make a link in your blog software that looks like you want. View in HTML and you can see the place where the file goes and the link text is.

      Save that post, or clip the text in a little file that you can copy and paste out of for Photo Hunt.

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  32. Here's our entry ... "BLUE Point. (siamese :-)

    http://www.atonkstail.com/2012/02/in-honor-of-valentines-day.html

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  33. So many interesting ways to take this theme! Of course, I had to include cats, but I also had to include at least one highway sign.

    http://www.catsynth.com/2012/02/weekend-cat-blogging-and-photo-hunt-point/

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  34. mines up
    http://jkshaw2010.blogspot.com/

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  35. Here's ours!!
    http://www.island-cats.com/?p=17049

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  36. Good thinking!

    My points are pointing out something different.

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  37. I had a similar idea...
    http://diadsie.wordpress.com/2012/02/18/photo-hunt-point/

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  38. Gorgeous photo, Sandi. Thanks for taking me back to the winding roads of Tuscany, I loved driving them for the first time last summer. Every curve in the road brings a wonderful surprise, doesn't it?!

    My post this week is set in Italy too :)

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  39. Beautiful background :)!
    My post at My Father's World is http://wondersbeyondwords.blogspot.com/2012/02/photohunt-point.html .

    Another post at Fruitbearers is http://fivesavedbygrace.blogspot.com/2012/02/photohunt-point.html .

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  40. Sandi, thanks for the glimpses of Tuscany! I'm going there in May (first time in Italy) and I'm wildly excited. You make me look forward to it even more.

    As for the Photo Hunt, here is a link to the blog entry with my picture for "Point."

    http://petrini1.livejournal.com/127204.html

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  41. hello, Sandi. this is, i think, my first time to participate again not under tnchick's hosting photohunt.

    trying my best to participate, and i hope it will be continuous.

    my take is up ---> http://warmstonesite.com/2012/02/19/photohunt-point/

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  42. Nice take on the prompt.
    Mine is at http://suzyspics.blogspot.co.nz/2012/02/photo-hunt-point-and-circles.html

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  43. NOW THIS is done with art!
    There is that thing pointing and that view up there!

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