for our last C-story challenge we talked about “Cirque de Soleil” (Myra from Singapore) and childhood (me), about Cameo (Ineke) and creedance clearwater country music (canoe & communications), about cabbages (Julie Dawn Fox) and crocodiles (belle chance), about Coca Cola (by cocomino, Japan) and Canadian cruiseships, cocktails & cannons (beyondpaisley), City Chickens & A Corn Field (Francine) or claws (truthaboveallreligions), a cat vs. dog poll (Rois) and cafés and cinemas (with Nellibell), about combative confrontational (Fergiemoto) and Coit Tower (Stephen Kelly), about Cathy (by catbirdinoman) and chocolates (Imelda), about Charlie the cat (Cee Neuner) and Cooking Chocolate Mousse (deepa219), about control (ledrakenoir, Denmark), Chennai (Madhu) or concorso (2e0mca / Martin, U.K.) etc. – I’m sure you’ll find again an own story or a short reflection tagged with “C”! Feel free to add in the comments the link to your personal interpretation of the letter “C”!!!
title=”Street life” – photo by Valery Titievsky, click on the picture to enter his galleries on Flickr…
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Hi Frizz, I recall your other photo of childhood, that one was more somber. I’m glad to see that this one seems joyful. My contribution this week is C is for Cemetery. Here is the link:
thank you, Myra,
for the quotation of that wonderful poem:
“Do not stand at my grave and weep,
I am not there, I do not sleep.
I am in a thousand winds that blow,
I am the softly falling snow.
I am the gentle showers of rain,…”
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Hi Frizz, C is a noisy letter around here, with all the cicadas singing … we can hardly here ourselves outside 🙂 … it must be hard for children to play in the snow, all those clothes, but lots of fun! Here is mine http://wp.me/p296YA-g5 Christine
never seen a cicada so close!
I only heard them …
P.S.: C = Christine 🙂
I can’t stand how cute the above picture is. The way the arms hand down at the kid’s sides and the big snowy mittens. Ahhhhdorable!
A sweet photo. (I hope the child has a warm home and a hot cup of cocoa waiting for him.)
Here is my response to the “C” Challenge. Creativity!
such a creative, funny gallery!
my favorite “sculptures”:
those actions with the stone!
Thank you! We sure had fun.
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Hey Frizz! Tried to wait for “c” bit posted yesterday. Here’s my entry! http://travelsandtrifles.wordpress.com/
Sorry, it’s http://travelsandtrifles.wordpress.com/2013/01/14/wild-weekly-photo-challenge-scary-weekly-photo-challenge-illumination/
thanks for the cacti, Tina!
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Here is my entry on the Capital of the United Stated. http://wp.me/p23TG1-22c
BE ENCOURAGED! BE BLESSED!
thank you, Francine, for your Capitol gallery – and for the Obama inauguration, January 21, I’m longing for to hear there Alicia Keys, Stevie Wonder etc.!
Aww double cute 🙂
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ha! right on time. so pleased w/ myself. lol ^^
thank you for
Cathedral in the Archdio-
Caceres, province of
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hi Frizz … this is right up your alley, please correct me if there are details that need be clarified. this is exactly how i remember them though, thank you: https://flickrcomments.wordpress.com/2013/01/15/tagged-c/
oh my mother used this 4711
– not up to date nowadays …
how cute C represents Cocomino
so we need a self portrait cocomino ~ M. 🙂
good day frizz, here’s my story tagged C..
i hope you’ll enjoy my short story 🙂
C is for Church – how could I forget that, Elizz!
The child is cute but I love the pup. Great shot!
Love your photo, frizz. Here’s my contribution to your challenge. http://adinparadise.wordpress.com/2013/01/15/frizzs-tag-c-challenge-coconuts/
Coconut encrusted shrimp sticks in black bean sauce – thanks for eating with my eyes …
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Here is my entry this week: http://ohmsweetohmdotme.wordpress.com/2013/01/15/tagged-c-photo-challenge/
Hey, Allan, thanks for C = CAUTION –
for sure it is deep in your heart –
after you’ve been so often balancing
over the Golden Gate bridge cables …
sweet photo of a boy and a dog…my tagged C story is http://canoecommunications.wordpress.com/2013/01/15/cast-iron-cooking/
thank you for C = Cooking on a Cast Iron Stove
Tagged C Clouds
wonderful clouds gallery – with one bird, son of the clouds …
Wonderful photo, and I really like it in black-and-white!
Here’s mine; not your typical Charleston: http://triciabookerphotography.com/2013/01/15/tagged-c-charleston/
Just so things don’t get too heavy on this page here are some concrete elephjants http://bumbastories.wordpress.com/2012/07/05/concrete-elephants-speak/
“Contemporary Cave painting Camouflages a Cacophony of Color Converse Created Cadmium orange Caesar’s Choice” – http://acrossthebored.com/2013/01/16/story-challenge-tagged-c/
is always surprising me!
So glad you found it – autoschedule is up before I am!
my posts are also auto-scheduled day for day,
when I’m sleeping in my bed …
waking up, I’m glad to read
already some first comments –
for me early in the morning,
for the writers
late in their evening…
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Back to work!
I love your pic,!
here is my contribution!
gracias / thanks for your “C”: Two Cute Close Colleages
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My Curious Carapace Cache: http://cobbledtoolbox.wordpress.com/2013/01/16/tagged-c-curious-carapace-cache/
thank you for your “C” = Curious Carapace Cache!
Thank you as well for hosting.
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charming childhood vignette and so seasonal Frizztext. Here’s my story pic – Cowcross – http://eljaygee.wordpress.com/2013/01/17/story-challenge-cowcross/
hi Laura, you made a heart touching tribute with your words about the Cowcross street: “Cowcross street. Cars congest it nowadays but once it was the concourse and final thoroughfare for cattle arriving for sale and slaughter in the city of London. Crowding through the bends and curves, a cacophony of animals literally converged in droves. Begun as small, arterial routes in far-flung corners of the country, these cattle caravans widened into a confluence of drovers roads, still discernible and walkable today. I could cry for the consternation that must have arisen in the big cow-eyes of the animals, having been walked this far from their home meadows, for such an ending. ..”
P.S.: as a child I lived near the slaughter house of my hometown. I’ll never forget those sheep and cows mourning in their trains, waiting for their final end …
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I adore Canada – we had many nice country music evenings with Canadian army guys in Germany; nice cabin house in your gallery, would like to live there – but not in that collapsing house …
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Good morning from Northern California country. Here’s my entry. Thanks Frizz. http://angelinem.wordpress.com/2013/01/17/the-letter-c/
circus clowns? clash of cars?
no – thanks for
your California country gallery
with some quiet cattle –
not loud country rock!
And better late than never…..here is my “C” Contribution
“It contains a theater, a ballroom and a museum. The Catalina Casino gets its name from the Italian language, where “casino” means a gathering place. There is no gambling at this facility…”
P.S.: till now I thought this would be a casino for gamblers! thanks for reality check!
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pulling up the rear comes the zeebra in burro mode!
this week should be a slow one, and i’ll catch up soon with ‘D’
hi Lisa Brunetti,
“number-one garden pest also starts with a C” – I’m amused by your free living curious goats – imagine: better than strolling elephants or bears!
ha! so very true. i certainly wouldn’t dash outside and start chasing bears or elephants! thanks for the laugh! z
even small snakes wouldn’t be nice! once I had a friend, he cut off the head of a long snake in his garden with a sharp axe, then the beast turned around and he noticed he had only cut off a little piece of a long tail! snake was in rage ‘n’ anger!
🙂 i think of that when i dash outside at night to pick mint or retrieve something! last night it was to place the rain gauge – it’s been rainy for weeks and weeks, but straight-down rain for over a day now!
my friend Wolfgang’s house in Austria nearly
was washed away by flood, watch the result:
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