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Here's a Crescent moon from me. It was below freezing last night, too cold to wait for any sort of interesting clouds to enhance it, and if I waited another few days it wouldn't be a crescent any more.
Nice crescent moon shot! Also, my camera strap cover was handmade by a lady that I work with after I saw a post on the internet about them. I don't sew so she made one for me. It makes the strap so much softer on my neck. It also helps me know which camera is mine with just a glance, since my husband and I both have Nikons.
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I should have posted these two first since I took them on Saturday; C for Canyon Lake and I think this is the last of my Cs.
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Audrey, I will never get tired of seeing your photos.....so go ahead and take as many as you can and share them! I love seeing the red rocks of Sedona, and the cacti and old buildings! My favourite of all your pictures here is the first one of Cathedral Rock, with the water sparkling over the rocks in the foreground!
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Thank you Ina.
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I've already said how much I love seeing your photos as they're probably the only way I'll ever see that part of the country. The scale of America is amazing to me - 1000 miles would take us up to the northernmost tip of Ireland, down to the southernmost and back home again with plenty to spare.
I like the old Westerns, but with so many of them in black and white it's a plus to see your photos in colour. The trading post certainly looks as if it could be straight out of one.
I think my favourites might be the Cathedral Rock ones, that combination of the rock and water is wonderful. When I looked at the first one I thought it was definitely my favourite, but the calm still water of the second one is lovely too. And that last one of Canyon Lake, I have always loved mountains ranged like in monochromatic views. (We had a fabulous view of them from our beach in Greece last year).
Off to look up cinder cones - and thank you from me too.
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Thank you Sabrina. I, also, love monochromatic mountains.
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C is for Calf


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How sweet!!! What processing did you do for the background?
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Cute calf and that is interesting the way the background appears. Did you do that in the Topaz Adjust plug-in?
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Coal tits are very flighty birds - they just come and grab and go. They're the smallest of our tits, but even though the bluetit is scarcely much larger, it's much less fearless.
So I've been trying all week to get a halfway decent photo of a C for coal tit - this is the best so far.
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Yesterday I went to the zoo and found some more Cs. These two photos are of a Calamain deer.
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These two are Cotton-topped Tamarins
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My last two Cs, for a while. The first is a Coatimundi and the second a Cheetah.
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wow so many different Cs. I had a friend tell me that the Phoenix zoo christmas lights put our St. Louis zoo to shame. If I am ever there again at that time of year I will be visiting your Zoo. I always thought we have a awesome zoo. Looking forward to seeing the one in Phoenix.
Sabrina, I have been debating on weather I should use one of my boys hunting blind to get some photos of birds I just cant seem to get close enough.

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sorry I just saw these questions... Yes I did a little topaz adjust and used a free texture from Shadowhouse love his free stuff. I just add the texture as a new layer and do soft light , overlay or just adjust the opacity to my liking. before I flaten the image I go in and clean some of the texture off of the calf. then flatten. I used PSE 7
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C is for cross....and cemetary
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that is nice. looks great in the snow and the like that you can see the mountains in the background.
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Hulda, that is a beautifully composed shot. It would have fit several challenges, the snow white and there was one for graveyards around Halloween. I love the white and blue with just the little splashes of colour from the flowers.

Armadillo, you did get creative with your Cs . I've never seen anything like those deer before - the heads make me think of kangaroos. And the tamarins are so cute - you can see where the cottontop came from, it looks just like a tuft of bog cotton.

Kathy, any articles I've read on wildlife photography recommend using a hide, even in your own garden if you want to get the best shots. So why not give it a try. Our feeders are so near the back door and the birds are fairly used to me, but for wild birds I think it's definitely the way to go.
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Sabrina I do have a spot close to the back door that I used to have my feeders but unfortunately we also park our car, truck & DHs work van close to that area & ended up bombarded with bird poo so I had to move it way back from the house. so I will set me up a blind maybe borrow my sons now that deer season is over.
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Ha, ha! The birds sure do like shiny vehicles....the cleaner, the better! I once washed our black car, prior to going to a wedding and the birds promptly bombarded it with their leavings! My (ex) husband came into the house and scolded me for not washing the car, and I took him to the window in time to see another blackbird actually dropping poo from his mouth onto the shiny black car!
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Everybody's photos are so beautiful. what a fun challenge.

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C for Cathedral Rock also in Sedona.
Those look like postcards, so pretty!! I went to Sedona last year and couldn't believe how beautiful it was. I took pics but they sure didn't come out like that, lol. Dang.
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Those look like postcards, so pretty!! I went to Sedona last year and couldn't believe how beautiful it was. I took pics but they sure didn't come out like that, lol. Dang.
Thank you, the best time to photograph Cathedral Rock is late afternoon and hopefully when there aren't a gaziliion people around.
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My pictures are not too creative.. but it is of something that starts with a "C".. it's my new camera. I have been patiently looking for a Canon 50D and had been searching Craiglist for what seemed like forever. Then one day I did a search on the main page and found one locally that was in the wrong category (that's why I had never seen it).. so I called and it was still available.

I got the camera with lens, lens hood, Metz flash, LowePro bag, box, books, D. Busch book, cords, etc... and an extended warranty good until March 18, 2013 for $850. Now I need to learn how to use it.. ha ha!

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I know nothing about Canon but looks like you got a very good deal and I wish you success in learning your camera and expect to see some picatures.
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WOW! Pam what a find! I have a Canon 30D and absolutely :LOVE it! There are many functions that I am learning every time I use it! Good for you!

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That was a great find - you'll really have a lot of fun with that. Lucky for you that it was listed in the wrong category or it might have gone faster.
I like the LowePro bags, but as I've been trying to get a response from customer service for the last year, I won't be getting another one if my current one ever wears out.
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Beautiful carnation, Kathy - especially with the gypsophila with it. I like the deep pink rather than the classic red.

From the fairly sublime to the relatively ridiculous .
A Cable company has been working all along the length of our road for the past goodness knows how long.
Yesterday they were just laying out Cones opposite my bus stop. I remember from a fairly recent challenge that we were all saying how different cones were from country to country.
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Sabrina those cones look just like the ones my hubby has to put out around his phone van when he parks anywhere.
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Kathy that carnation is gorgeous! You should put that on Dave's Garden!!
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Wow to the cemetery and armadillo can you catch one of those coatimundis and send him to me? So cute!!
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Lydia, haven't seen one in the wild but I'll try
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Thank you, What is Dave's garden???
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For Arizona's 100th birthday, a copper motorcycle was made and raffled off this past Sunday. This is from the newspaper and am sorry it's so long.
Although some might envision a saguaro, howling coyote or cowboy as the official mascot of Arizona's centennial celebration, state Rep. Jerry Weiers had different ideas.

A fan of taking in Arizona's sights while rolling down the highway on two wheels, the District 12 representative proposed building a mighty motorcycle that would celebrate the state's untamed beauty as well as a key component of its growth: copper mining.

"I wanted to try to come up with something that not only shows the spirit of Arizona -- that free, open-road, desert Southwestern atmosphere -- and at the same time (shows) what got us here, our copper," says Weiers, who rides a Harley-Davidson Ultra Classic.

After winning approval from the state's Centennial Commission, Weiers enlisted one of Arizona's top custom-motorcycle builders, and the Copper Chopper was born.

Glistening from wheel to wheel with copper mined in Arizona, the creation of bike designer Paul Yaffe has been touring the state for 16 months in anticipation of a starring role in the Arizona Best Fest, which runs Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 11-12, at the state Capitol Mall in Phoenix.

"The Copper Chopper has become a celebrity," says Mandi Wimmer, deputy director of the Centennial Commission. "It's the one piece of the centennial that we are able to take all over the state. Everywhere it goes, people arrive with cameras, wanting to take pictures."

The Harley-powered motorcycle, which Yaffe says would sell for at least $140,000, will be given away at the Arizona Best Fest to one of the thousands of people who have bought $5 raffle tickets. (Tickets are available through Thursday, Feb. 9, at Valley Circle K stores or az100years.org.)

The Phoenix-based Yaffe adds, "I really don't know how to value this bike, because it has become a piece of Arizona history."

Yaffe, whose work has been featured on the Discovery Channel's "The Great Biker Build-off" and Tru TV's "Full Throttle Saloon," says, "We were super-excited about doing it.

"Fabricating and creating something from nothing is our forte, so this was a challenge we were totally up to."

The builder and his crew at Paul Yaffe Originals spent about 18 months building the motorcycle, which includes an engine that has been bored out to 100 cubic inches and produces 100 horsepower, in keeping with the centennial theme.

The gas tank is adorned with emblems inspired by the star and rays of the Arizona flag, and the leather seat is embossed with lettering celebrating the Copper Chopper and the centennial. The tank emblems and leather work were created by Mark Kalen of Texas and Duane Ballard of California, two of Yaffe's friends.

Phoenix-based Freeport-McMoRan, the world's largest publicly traded copper company and a centennial sponsor (as is The Arizona Republic), donated the copper for the project.

"The billet pieces, or chunks, that we had to carve things from were a very interesting material to work with," Yaffe said. "It is very soft and very heavy.

"We didn't want the bike to weigh 3,000 pounds, so we decided to make the wheels from forged aluminum and then copper-plate them. All the ingots and nameplates, like the centennial seal and great Arizona seal, the logos, and conchos on the seat are all carved out of billet copper, (but) other pieces like the handlebars, wheels and motor parts are copper-plated."

Even the two headlights of the 500- to 600-pound bike shine through the slits of matching copper covers, and the air cleaner has a copper cover shaped like Arizona.

"The bike is absolutely a work of art," Weiers says.

One option that will be disconnected before the Copper Chopper is delivered to its lucky owner is equipment that allows the exhaust pipes to throw 30-foot flames.

The bike is pretty cool looking but, to me, doesn't look as though it would be comfortable sitting.
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Here is an old Cadillac.
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Fabulous!! I love old cars. There's a garden we still visit sometimes - when I was young it had a coach and motor museum as part of it. I always wish it was still there.
And I think you're right - that chopper is better enjoyed with the eyes than to try sitting on!
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