Friday, 17 May 2013

FSO - Five Senses

The taste of something new:

The sight of someone old:

A mother's touch:

The sound of a friend's voice:

 The smell of the sea:

The Friday My Town Shoot Out-ers are a diverse group, I expect some very different interpretations of this topic.  They will all be here.


  1. Beautiful interpretation of theme. Great shots!


  2. I love the smell of the sea and the sound too..

  3. Yet another enjoyable Friday set.
    The sea is beautiful.

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  5. Great photos. Are those llamas or alpacas? Whatever the answer I don't think I know what either of them sounds like!

  6. Love the mother's touch! Nice post.

  7. The smell of the sea - gets me every time...and I love the mother's touch.

  8. The smell of the sea but I also like the sound of the waves and the birds. A mother's touch - love it.

  9. This is a great series of photos Pauline, very enjoyable. Wishing you a great weekend :)

  10. Oh dear Pauline I am in for a hard time this week. With 5 senses to focus on everyone has great examples. I love you first shot. I can see the doubt and expectation in her face. You captured it.

  11. I always wish to visit NZ when I see one of your posts, so that must mean you are extremely successful at depicting your town. :)

    Alway the best cow pics.

  12. which beach was it? At our service apartment at the Surfers, at night, the sound was deafening,

  13. Hello Pauline I'm so pleased you stopped by my place otherwise I would never have in turn have found yours and I'm ever-so pleased I did!!
    You take wonderful photos! And I adore NZ having been over three times but not for many years.

  14. These are fabulous, Pauline. I love your photos for sight and scent.


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