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Here are a few from my overnight roadtrip to Lake City, Colorado, a couple weeks ago.


I drove up and around the mountains from Durango to Lake City. Then, the next afternoon, I drove up and over the Cinnamon Pass. It's a fairly nasty 4x4 road that goes straight over the mountain and directly to Silverton.


I was battling with bad light the whole time. The sun was behind thick clouds about 95% of the time. Mountains and trees without any light on them are just kind of... Blah.


These are some of the very few decent shots I got from that trip.

I love the scent of Cinnamon and with the Holiday's upon us, I always have lots of Cinnamon out! The glass container these are in is an Antique Zipper pattern that belonged to my Mother.


Thank you Lenabem-Anna for the wonderful texture!


I wish all my USA friends a wonderful Thanksgiving!

Hugs to all <3

A simple image, but 'tree-atrical' enough to post :)

St. John, US Virgin Islands,

Virgin Islands National Park

Catch you later!!

Cinnamon Jolly Rancher shot for Macro Mondays "heat" theme


I would also like to dedicate this image to {dramadancer1} ♥ who wrote me my first testimonial. She is a very talented young photographer. Check out her beautiful photostream.

A shot from inside the car. He was so busy eating dandelions that he wasn't too concerned about anyone. Gorgeous bear.

A crocheted hat commissioned for Kaya.


It's supposed to be Cinnamon Roll. But I don't know if it looks like Cinnamon Roll. -_-


Explored. Mar 23, 2011. #479. Thanks!

I am actually cooking.. not taking pictures .. am I?

Late afternoon photo...

"Primp and preen, always primp and preen"


"Hmmm, that off-the-shoulder blue is doing something for me"


Las Gallinas, San Rafael, CA.

A couple of gorgeous, little Cinnamon Teal (Anas cyanoptera)


Hidalgo county, TX



explore! #8! that's sick!

Cinnamon Teal Seen at Cherry Creek State Park.

Cinnamon-bellied Flowerpiercer (Diglossa baritula)

Cinnamon Bear




Okay: update on this photo


It's actually a photo of a framed picture on our wall and the bokeh dots are from the the lights on our xmas tree

Celeus loricatus loricatus


Yalare, Esmeraldas province, Ecuador.


Male. An attractive woodpecker found in lowland rainforest from Central America to western Ecuador.



Port Aransas, Texas-1504


It wasn´t so easy to take that shot....the whole site was somehow overframed by light.

Thank you everyone for all your comments and faves on this photo. It seems it's been around the world a few times. That is so amazing to me!

Instead of having spores on the underside of its fronds like many other species of ferns each spring the cinnamon fern sends up unique fertile fronds from which the spores will be released. This long lived herbaceous perennial will survive winters and droughts as underground roots and reemerge with the return of spring. The Florida Department of Agriculture lists cinnamon fern as a "Commercially Exploited Species," which means that it cannot be removed from the wild for commercial purposes without a permit.

Las Gallinas, San Rafael, CA.

A very popular spice in Spain...

Made Explore...

286) Cinnamon Bittern

Cinnamon Bittern, Chestnut bittern, Ixobrychus cinnamomeus, Puchong Bendang

This is a small species at 38 cm length, though it is one of the larger Ixobrychus bitterns. Possessing a short neck and longish bill, the male is uniformly cinnamon above and buff below. The female is similar but her back and crown are brown, and the juvenile is like the female but heavily streaked brown below. When surprised on its nest or concerned, it assumes the characteristic attitude of bitterns, termed the on-guard. The neck is stretched perpendicularly, bill pointing skyward, while the bird freezes and becomes very hard to see among the surrounding reeds. This bittern breeds in reed beds, nesting on platforms of reeds in shrubs. Four to six eggs are laid. The species can be difficult to see, given their skulking lifestyle and reed bed habitat, but tend to emerge at dusk, when they can be seen creeping almost cat-like in search of frogs. Cinnamon bitterns feed on insects, fish and amphibians.

Exif: f8, 1/400, ISO 640, focal length 800mm, Cik Canon EOS 50D, lens Canon 400mm, TC 2.0, car window


Windansea Beach South, La Jolla, Ca.

A collage of the wonderful flavor of cinnamon, and company in color: nuts & hazelnuts.


Are you ready for the St. Valentine's cake?¡ :-D ♥

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Taken at Frank Lake, Alberta.


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Selva El Tuito, Rancho Primavera, Jalisco, MX


March 2017


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