Nov 28, 2019

Sweet Bird


little birds have become an endearing part of my life

each day I enjoy their presence

there are just a few types that stay with us during the cold of autumn 
and winter

we love their company

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21 comments:

  1. wonderful place with his bird!
    Beautiful picture
    greetings Elke

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  2. This drawing is very experienced, for no-knowers simple, for knowers the result of a long life.

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  3. Tammie, I'm so glad I found your site through your comment on another. I just started watercolor painting in April, and I love seeing what others are doing with it. I'll be back.

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    1. I wish you a lovely time exploring and creating with watercolors!

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  4. Me too! Lovely drawing Tammie. x

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  5. It is indeed a sweet bird. And a lovely rendering of it!

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  6. I have not seen birds, mostly I wasn't paying attention. Your bird drawing is lovely, makes me think of sunny days.

    Have a lovely day.

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    1. The more attention I give the birds, the more they show me about them. They are quite fun to watch.

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  7. Sweet bird indeed! What a beautiful scenery too, that probably makes her joyous as well, it would certainly make me very content :)

    -Soma

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  8. AH, yes. The little birds. We just has a wren (of some sort) visit our deck yesterday. A rare December sight, indeed. And the juncos are everywhere, as expected in this season.

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    1. I love the little juncos, though I have not seen them for weeks. I wonder where they moved off too. They stay here for winter.

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  9. Your bird is adorable! I love hearing their beautiful songs all winter long too! :)

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    1. Thank you. With my new relationship with the wee birds, it makes me want to learn how to draw them.

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    2. That's a great idea Tammie!!

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  10. Yes, a sweet bird beyond doubt.
    It's a very pretty drawing with lots of detail but the bird dominates it, as perhaps he should.

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    1. Greetings Sheila,

      Interesting to consider the bird dominating the scene.
      I did start with the bird, so my focus is on it. Much like my macro photography, there is something that catches my eye, the rest is kind of in the background.
      I think this is true of most my art, though I never thought of it till now. Thank you for inspiring new thoughts.

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