Saturday, October 6, 2012

~ Hand ~

The PhotoHunt for this weekend is Hand ~
I have been waiting to use this shot from Croatia of a handrail at the Rector's Palace in Dubrovnik.

Hand me a comment and your link, we'll all be 'round to visit ~
Happy Hunting y'all,
Sandi

48 comments:

  1. Years ago there was a company called Head's Up which made bathroom fittings--towel bars, old-fashioned gravity-flow toilets, things like that. Their towel-bar line included milled oak hands holding the brass bars. I wish they were still in business.

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  2. Great shot. I love the brickwork in the shot as well as the hand rail.

    http://carverblog.blogspot.com/2012/10/photohunters-hand-and-kitchen.html

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  3. they can get literal in croatia don't they?

    this is really a fun find.

    http://ewok1993.wordpress.com/2012/10/05/photo-hunt-188/

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  4. What a great looking hand rail. I love how the hand seems to come out of the brick wall.

    My hands are at http://hindmarsh-island.com/?p=873

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  5. That's a great photo. The stonework looks very old.
    My hand is more figurative in our photo

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  6. That is an amazing pic!!

    Check out my entry at http://goo.gl/6eI6Z

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  7. Wow, that's kind of spooky somehow. I don't have for this week's hunt tho. Hopefully, the next succeeding weeks I'll be able to participate :D

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  8. That is SO cool! Some long ago mason had an interesting sense of humor.

    Mine is up:

    http://katniplounge.blogspot.com/2012/10/a-helping-hand.html

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  9. Great spot! During the day, it's fun... but if I saw it at night... ;b

    My Photo Hunt entry for this week is here:-
    http://webs-of-significance.blogspot.hk/2012/10/hand-and-kitchen-this-weeks-photo-hunt.html

    (And ya,it's a creative take... ;b)

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  10. I love it!! Good for Halloween too :)

    Happy weekend! hand ~

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  11. This is so unique..... never seen anything like it. Mine is here..... nothing unusual..... just hands : http://mypinkcloud-ranu.blogspot.in/2011/11/giving-and-receiving.html

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  12. very interesting work of art. :D

    been away from photo hunting for some time but i am back to hunt! :D

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  13. Que maravilha!!!Adorei! beijos,chica

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  14. That gives 'handrail' an entirely new meaning!

    My shot for this week's them is posted here.

    Happy Thanksgiving weekend to all my fellow Canadians! Enjoy that turkey and pumpkin pie.

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  15. You've shown a fabulous and fascinating photo today! We have not posted in awhile ... but have done so today, showing the art of Mehandi ... hand painting with henna, an Indian tradition.
    Please stop by ... http://zoolatry.blogspot.com
    Thank you,
    Ann

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  16. That is an awesome photo!!! Glad you got to use it!!

    Here's ours:
    http://www.friendsfurevercatblog.blogspot.com/2012/10/photo-hunters-hand.html


    The Florida Furkids

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  17. Voltei pra trazer minha participação:

    http://poetrixica.blogspot.com.br/2012/10/brilho-nas-maos.html

    beijos,chica

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  18. Definitely a great shot for the theme :)

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  19. I love that handrail! My hand hunt turned up something a little different: http://eaglerockscenes.com/photo-hunt-hand/

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  20. Just point the way... http://riccio.zenfolio.com/decoding_life_5/h295185f5#h295185f5

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    1. Hi, first time here, what's the trick in getting the URL to be clickable?
      riccio.zenfolio.com/decoding_life_5/h295185f5#h295185f5

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    2. I am not an HTML person, but...
      THIS is what you add after your link, and the word THIS (or what ever word you put between those brackets) will appear.

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    4. DUH~~~ the codes are automaticly hidden.
      Maybe there is an HTML person who can help~
      Happy Hunting~

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    6. http://support.google.com/blogger/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=42069

      You can find the URL link here

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  21. Wow that is awesome nice shot, great find.

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  22. That is spooky! But I guess you could get used to it, especially if you see it every day. Mine is up just now, I almost, almost forgot again. So I'm clapping my hands in glee because I didn't!

    Sreisaat Adventures: Photo Hunt: Hand{s}

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  23. http://www.slowtrav.com/blog/palma/2012/10/photo_hunt_hand.html

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  24. http://maboe.blogspot.no/2012/10/hand.html

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  25. MOL! Love it! Ours is up too. http://www.atonkstail.com/2012/10/saturday-photohunt-hand.html

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  26. I LOVE this shot! Very awesome!

    http://tc-twistedfairytale.blogspot.ca/2012/10/saturday-photohunt-hand-and-kitchen.html

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  27. http://catwisdom101.com/cat-costume-contest-cat-kissing-film/ Our hands are in the middle of our caturday post

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  28. These are from my my flickr account. I have no idea whether these have to be in a blog in the strictest sense of your hunt

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/ezee123/5247697917/

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/ezee123/4792556075/

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  29. Oi, Sandi! Conheci seu blog através da Chica e já virei seguidora, ainda hoje postarei minha participação e volto para avisá-la. Um abraço!

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  30. Voltei para deixar meu link com a primeira participação!

    http://omirantedaimagem.blogspot.com.br/2012/10/maos.html

    Espero que goste, um abraço!

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  31. That is so cool! I am going to steal this idea for my home decor. :)
    http://eastcoastlife.blogspot.sg/2012/10/old-hand-in-kitchen-photohunt.html

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  32. Happy PhotoHunt-ing, peeps!

    You can find empty chairs here:

    http://www.msray2008.com/2012/10/photohunt-empty.html

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  33. Finally posted for this one. My series of four photos shows my son, nearly 2 at the time, trying to squeeze himself into an impossibly small cabinet, until in the end only one little hand is sticking out.

    http://petrini1.livejournal.com/135269.html

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