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Wednesday
Sep092015

Oh My Goodness! Sue Clark's photography is featured on the Internet Group "Cowboy Poetry- Pics and Poems!" 

Cowboy poet Mark Munzert runs the Internet group "Cowboy Poetry." He uses a single photo and asks  the group to contribute poems about  the subject in the photo. That is so cool!  He is a fine poet, singer, and entertainer all around, performing at sone of the TOP- cowboy poet events across the USA. The photo he chose out of my photo collection of Western Images is a micro of the tops of horses heads, zeroing in on their ears. I am honoroed to be part of this group, and once again thank cowboy poet Mark Munzert for the opportunity to air some of my Western Image photography collection. 

PIC & POEM. This weeks Pic for PIC & POEM comes from lens artist Sue Clark. See more of Sue's pics at3w.suephotography.com

Thanks to Scott T. Baxter for inspiring yet another great round of poetry with his HANDS & HONDA photograph. Go on over to his Facebook page or3w.scottbaxterphotography.com and get yourself some of his great works. 
Thanks to all of CP's Cowboy Poets for sharing! 

PIC & POEM. Using our current cover photo as inspiration, interject your thoughts, interpretation, perception…poetically of course and post it here at the CP. Have at it!

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