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Cindy Singleton
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Photographer, Digital Artist, and creator of the Dream Strap - a luxury sheepskin lined camera strap
Photographer, Digital Artist, and creator of the Dream Strap - a luxury sheepskin lined camera strap

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With high activity at the feeder, it was a perfect opportunity to capture some slow motion hummingbird action. I didn't realize their chirps, when slowed down, were actually very beautiful and complex songs.

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From the recent lunar eclipse (Blood Moon).  Earth image by NASA, moon shots and composite by me.
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As soon as I looked at the outdoor temperature this morning and saw it was in the single digits (7*F), I had to try this. By the time we finally got outside though, the sun was up and it was 17 degrees. Almost too warm for this project. So we went to the shade and did manage to capture a bubble freeze on the grass! Fun! Supposedly tomorrow morning will be a bit colder. Maybe we can get out there earlier and try again. Bubble blowing isn't just for little kids  Big kids and dogs like it too! #winter  
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2014-01-05
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The rush of riding a running horse, arms outstretched, facing the endless sky .... Freedom. #horse   #photography   #freedom   #art  
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Just a cell phone shot from my walk today, taken from my back yard. The sky was putting on quite the show. I love this time of year when harvest is finished. It's soooo quiet :) #idaho  
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I love horses. And love it when owners hire me to take portraits of their beautiful animals. Here's a 2 year old filly I had the pleasure to work with. Her name is Mable. What a sweetheart <3 #horse   #horsephotography  
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For a fun hobby, we keep bees. When you're a bee keeper, you might get asked to remove a colony of bees from someone's property, or from within someone's house. These particular bees had been living for quite some time in basically a crawl space, which I happened to fit into. The space is about 3 feet wide, and not quite as tall. So I crawled in and removed the hive. Kind of freaked me out (I'm claustrophobic), got stung a few times (while wearing protective gear), but look at all that golden goodness! That's the honey and beeswax I extracted and rendered from this hive. This family can now enjoy their backyard that the bees had totally taken over. And many of the bees now have a home at our place. And I'll be making lip balms from the wax! 
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2013-09-26
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