CFFC: City Structures Cities are unique. Some city centers have a dam and a waterfall, others have tall buildings or cobblestone streets. Occasionally, you can see a tall ship on the wharf. It depends on the town.
CFFC: Joints or Connecting Points What an interesting challenge! There are so many kinds of connections from tiny to huge. It was a challenge merely picking my favorites.
CFFC: Circles or Curves All kinds of rounds and curves, from Beacon Hill to a deck feeder and one very round-bottomed squirrel.
CFFC: Squares and/or Triangles It’s easy enough to find squares, but triangles were more of a challenge. I did find a couple, though.
CFFC: Crooked or Squiggly Crooked? Squiggly? I’ve got water, clouds, and twisting trees against a sunrise. Tis enough. T’will serve.
CFFC: Edges and Ledges In a rare act of cooperation, the photographs I was looking for popped up immediately. Garry used to like edges and ledge, but that was a while back. I don’t think he’d be out there now.
CFFC: Metal From pots and pans to giant metal structures in an endlessly growing city, metal is everywhere. Old and new, shiny and raw, it’s wherever you look and many places you never thought to look.