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Posted by clairdo2 (My Page) on
Tue, Jun 29, 10 at 20:00

cucumber plants
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C is for Castle....Hearst Castle in San Simeon, CA to be exact....


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C is for........a Crowd.


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Colonial home:


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Cosmos and Common Buckeye
Cosmos and  Common Buckeye RC


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C is for Clematis, "Sweet Autumn".


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"C" is for caught.

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C is for Cardinals

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& C is for Craters on the Moon
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C is for Campfire and crafty Cat
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Calla Lily...


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LOVE that crafty cat, did someone in your family make it?


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Thanks, actually I made it a couple years ago when I was making Intarsia. I used a scrollsaw and different sanders to shape. The wood is natural, no coloring, etc. I'll try to post more when we get to D, unless I find more C's.


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C is for Couple. My daughter's engaged!


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Oh alisande! Congrats to your daughter and to you too on your new son-in-law :)

Clouds


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Coneflower...


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Cactus garden.....


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Cedar Waxwing
June, 010


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"Cool" on a hot summer's day:

From Macros July 5, 2010


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c is clouds hope you like them I know I am a little late
clouds July


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They're beautiful!


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The Cedar Waxwing is a great shot. They are a good lookin' bird.


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C is for Castle (Vegas Jan '10)


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anna lisa, I just love your cloud picture! What kind of camera did you take it with?


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My first attempt to post didn't make it so I'll try again. Ce is still for Castle. This was taken in Vegas last January. We were there for my daughter's wedding.
C is For Castle


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