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{ 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! :-)

My “Hot Dog” Skier!

Yes…my little man loves skiing and loves the jumps!  Our family spent the last four days at Ski Butternut in the beautiful Berkshires of Massachusetts and we had the most wonderful weather and believe it or not…great conditions!  Considering there has been no snow this winter, Butternut does a fabulous job making snow!  Thanks Butternut…we love you!

I want to share this with you.  I must get asked at least once a week if I do weddings and I have to kindly say no.  The reason…I choose to spend my weekends with my family doing things we love and enjoying every moment of Michael’s childhood.  He’s growing up so fast and these years are so precious.  If I wasn’t around…who would capture these moments!

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Julie - February 24, 2012 - 6:23 pm

These are wonderful photos. I miss those years.

Hint of Red Wins!

I was thrilled to find out my image from last week’s photo challenge with Ellenburg Photography was one of the top ten photos of the week.  Please take a moment and check out all the winners and if you like what you see…leave them a little love I know they would greatly appreciate it.  Click here  and page down to see all winners!  I hope you’re having a wonderful “Fat Tuesday!”

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Sharon - February 21, 2012 - 7:16 am

Congratulations Catherine! I missed seeing the photo you entered so I’m glad to see you won! Keep it up…you are awesome girl.

Barbara - February 22, 2012 - 9:02 am

Congrats. Very creative!

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