If you've never played the modern version of a scavenger hunt, it's about time that you get on that. A picture scavenger hunt is the perfect game for the digital camera age. Such a scavenger hunt can be played on a grand scale--I once played an island-wide photo scavenger hunt with a grand prize of a ride in an airplane. Or you can have a smaller scavenger hunt--one New Year's Eve, it was dark and freezing cold outside, so we had a scavenger hunt that extended from the basement to the second floor of our house.
This most recent scavenger hunt was medium-sized. Teams were allowed to drive somewhere else and leave the property if necessary, but none of them chose to.
Basically, what you need to do to host a picture scavenger hunt is to create an impossibly long list of picture ideas for each team to accomplish. Set a time limit, and set some rules. (i.e. No destruction of property, No driving in cars without seat belts.) Give each team a camera, allow them to run rampant till the time limit is over, and at the end, hook up your camera to the television, to allow the pictures to be scored for creativity and adherence to the rules of the game.
It's pure chaos, and it's pure fun!
Let me show you some pictures that came out of the game, along with the picture assignments they were meant to fulfill.
"Sleeping" (note Angel's sleeping pose)
"Fighting with Weapons"
"Eating Something that Shouldn't be Eaten"
"Entire Team inside a Car"