C words

Every Tuesday, step by step, since 2011, I’m walking with my readers from A to Z, last week we had the letter “B”, so this week we’ll make with “C” – I’m sure you’ll also find a story or a music title tagged with “C”! Feel free to add in the comments below the link to your personal interpretation of the letter “C”!!! Myself I’ll focus on CARIBOU:

CARIBOU

Plan Nord
photo by Rock Arsenault introducing a caribou gang trying to cross Canada faster than a truck – kindly sent to my group BLOG IT – click on the picture to enter the flickr galleries of Rock Arsenault
my C-photo gallery at flickr:

Plan Nord

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47 responses to “C words

  1. What a beautiful photo.

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  2. Great picture! And vert refreshing in the summer heat. I contribute the Caucasus

    http://lifeinbaku.wordpress.com/2014/05/20/two-kids-in-the-caucasus/

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    • hi A., congratulations for your courage to explore the Caucasus – coming back with such a nice story and photos of a little boy forgetting his toy weapons, cuddling a lamb – yes, these two sides are in us…

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  3. vastlycurious.com

    The wonderful original log CEILING from a barn in the NL built in 1810.
    http://wp.me/a2dwKf-1z2
    http://wp.me/a2dwKf-1z3

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  5. The caribou and the truck is both a striking and surprising juxtaposition, Frizz. My ‘C’ is rather more contemplative: ‘Charles Darwin, Holy Bones and Wild Orchids’ http://wp.me/pKVAM-Pj

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    • my good old hero CHARLES Darwin (I’m an atheist). I like your resume: “Just as his book On the Origin Species shook the foundations of Christian orthodoxy, so these ruins mark England’s break from the Church in Rome and a complete shake-up in religious belief that rebounded down the centuries… Even his wife was concerned about the state of his soul…” Oh my poor Catholic wife Barbara! P.S.: I also like Churchill’s aphorisms or the books of Canetti, Cioran or Camus…

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      • Lots of good ‘C’s here, Frizz. Interesting I read that Charles Darwin could not quite in the end claim to be an atheist, but admitted to agnosticism. I think like Laura, he was rather conflicted.

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  7. my response to CAMERAS (Travel with Intent):
    http://travelwithintent.com/2014/07/22/c-is-for-cameras-vintage-royal-academy/
    cameras – what a history,
    what a fast development during hundred years,
    what a great chance to share via internet, right?
    camera-of-grandma

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  9. Laura Bloomsbury

    the camera shot is at a precarious angle for a head on charge! I’ve only a saying and a little challenge for you
    http://telltaletherapy.wordpress.com/2014/07/22/c-for-change/

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    • if I were forced to choose between Carpenters and Churchill – I believe my choice would be Churchill:
      “A fanatic is one who can’t change his mind and won’t change the subject.”
      or should I play on my guitar this:
      Carpenters – Top Of The World (Live at the White House)
      – and they are opening with GUTEN ABEND – that’s German, why?

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  12. Love that image of the caribou dearest Frizz, thank you so much for sharing it. Here is mine this week: Candles from Batam!
    http://gatheringbooks.org/2014/07/22/photo-journala-z-photo-story-challenge-c-is-for-candles/

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    • happy, to read: “Look at how a single candle can both defy and define the darkness.” ― Anne Frank = Anne Frank is a great hero symbol for resistance vs. the Third Reich. As for candles: you make me remember the fate of princess Diana / Marilyn Monroe:

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  14. Such a stunning photo.
    This week I go a little down memory lane: http://collinesblog.wordpress.com/2014/07/22/the-castrol-series/

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    • “C” for Colline! Thanks for your advice
      (I’ll make a test):
      “One way to keep any harm away from you
      is to put a brick under each leg of your bed…”
      have no bricks, but could use four guitars, O.K.?
      ultrabook wireless

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  17. I hope no one gains too much weight from this recipe. It’s a tasty one.
    Isadora
    http://insidethemindofisadora.com/2014/07/23/cheesecake-anyone/

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    • I’m excited not only by the cheesecake recipe and the strawberry-memories you wake up in me (I have to follow diabetes diet) – but also finest: the twelve detail photos illustrating the clever procedure!

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  20. My mind seems to be in a similar place to last week! Please have a look at
    http://acrossthebored.com/2014/07/28/c-words/

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  23. Now I’ve done my A, B, and C…I’ll be caught up in no time.Thanks again.
    http://vakunzmann.wordpress.com/2014/08/26/clothing-drive-corniche/

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