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Featured Photographer 2 Weeks in a Row!

Wow…two weeks in a row my image was chosen by Ellenburg Photography for one on the top ten images for the week’s photo challenge.  I was shocked and thrilled!  I love photo contests…when you win it just makes your heart smile!  Remember you can click here and see all top ten winners!

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Sharon - March 1, 2012 - 9:49 am

Congrats Catherine. Love the shot.

A touch of Winter

It was such a nice surprise this morning to wake up to snow!  It wasn’t a lot but with the noise I heard in our home you would have thought someone won the lottery. Mike was so darn excited.  He grabbed his snow outfit…put on his snow board boots…grabbed his board and out the door he went.  It was 7 am!  Good thing there was a two hour delay.

Since this hasn’t been much of a winter I needed to grab my camera and had on outside myself.  I didn’t quite last outside as long as Mike but I was happy enough to catch some shots of my little man enjoying these remaining days of winter.

I also took a stroll around our yard to snap a few nature shots….I always love those!  Wishing you a fun filled weekend!  Enjoy the snow…if there’s any left out there.
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Deborah Rusterholz Vivona - February 25, 2012 - 8:44 am

Great BOY photos! Love the background and him with red on! Very eye catching!!!

{ Project 52 For 2012 ~ Week 8 }

Project 52 Week 8 -Theme “Fuzzy.”

I had many ideas go through my mind this week for this theme but when I drove past these cattails at sunset last night I knew I had to capture them.  I truly think “fuzzy” when I think of these plants.

If you’re not familiar with cattails they are wetland plants with a very unique flowering spike.  They have flat blade like leaves that can reach heights anywhere from 3 to 10 feet.  They are one of the most common plants in large marshes and on the edge of ponds… and even on the sides of roads.

These cattails look a bit different than the normal from the winter months.

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Daphne Ellenburg - February 25, 2012 - 9:55 am

I love everything about this photo. Great perspective. Great detail. You made something weathered, beautiful. Nice work!
Many Thanks for participating in EP project-52, you always bring great ideas to the group! :-)

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