Life has not been easy lately, but I finally finished the bird picture. Here is the finished project.
Evening grossbeaks at the feeder
Beautiful! I can almost hear them chirping and fussing at each other.
Yes, beautiful! And your new header photo as well. Sorry to hear about difficulties; have been thinking of you during the recent silence. I hope things are improving as you head into the holiday season.
Anne, it is simply lovely. I hope life becomes easier soon.
What’s up, Old Woman?
Thank you so much. I love it. You are soooo talented.
I really, really hope that life improves for you soon and that you refind your equilibrium.
Lovely. Just lovely.
Note to self, get that birdfeeder out!
Lovely – I am amazed at how different the finished article looks.
Anne, they are lovely, lovely things. I thought that at the very beginning, and am very impressed by what you are able to do. I’m sure that painting must be more fun than writing – lucky you to be able to do both.
Nice. Glad you were able to finish it. I was wondering where you were. Best wishes for the rest of the year and for 2012.
Well done! They’re beautiful!
You did a lovely job Anne, and I hope the distraction of painting helped get you through the hard times.
Lovely lovely sabbatical you had with your bird brethren!
I hope you surface up to us soon, in my thoughts.
It is lovely! I was getting worried about you, I hope you are well and will fill us in soon.
Oh, gorgeous colors that bring those birds alive! So glad to see your post & the comments over on my blog. I was worried about you two after our lunch in San Francisco. Relieved to hear that the bug was in the computer works, rather than your life. Hope it all gets fixed soon. Unfortunately the photos I have of us have also gone from my phone. I wish I would have backed them up to the computer. 🙁 Maybe next time!
That is beautiful! I can almost hear the chirps and tweets and feel the warm spring breeze just by looking at the image of your painting. You’ve got an amazing talent.
I like the final version!
Love the life your painting gives to our feathered friends! You have an amazing talent.
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