{Echo} Week 14- Fauna



      Photo Credits: © Susan Tuttle (left), Christy Hydeck (right),
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“Animals are such agreeable friends – they ask no questions, they pass no criticisms” – George Eliot 

My computer had an emergency this past week, and needed tended to immediately … as a result, i’m rushing in a few days late with my echo… so sorry! You know how computers are when they are ill, whine.. moan..groan… don’t turn me on… SO glad it’s over.

Susan & I invite each of you to participate in the project and show us your unique vision, your voice, your echo. Remember, to share your link in the comments here so if I get a chance to do a round-up I can add your site to the post, besides I don’t want to miss any of your stories.

Can’t wait to see your ‘fauna’ responses!


10 Responses

  1. Gorgeous images. My first thought is wow, so surreal… a wakeful dream. My sudden second thought is BRRR! ‘o)

    My Fauna interpretation can be found here:

    As always Chrysti, thank you for this project!

  2. Hi Chrysti, You take such beautiful pictures. Love all the Echo images!

    Here is my Fauna diptych:

  3. Chrysti,

    Lovely to find your blog here. In December of 2009 I purchased some of your pictures off ETSY for my husband. He and I are both entranced by them. They are hanging in our bedroom. In fact, I found your blog because I was revisiting your ETSY site for a further purchase. Best wishes to you in your business of sharing your stunning creations with others.

  4. http://bonniebluedenim.blogspot.com/2010/05/echo-fauna.html

    I always enjoy participating in your echo project! Thanks Chrysti!

  5. I came across your blog in the latest issue of Artful Blogging, your work inspires me! I also just discovered Susan Tuttle’s new book on digital creativity, I’m definitely going to check out your echo flickr group, and I look forward to seeing more of your echos! Have a Blessed week.

  6. Not into photography other than appreciation. I enjoy your site. I love the shots you take – some soft and dreamy others bold and fun.

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