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Just a dam bird

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for old time's sake. They haven't come back yet. Every year I am afraid they won't. Last year they were there less than the years before. Of course I have enough dam birds stored up to keep me busy a while, but I always want more.

I will post a picture later of who's there instead. But this morning I felt like playing with an old friend.
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even though they are part of the structure I would clone out the two things left of the bird..they keep drawing my eye...I like this one a lot minniev, so simple but powerful....

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Post by PietFrancke »

yep, what Frank said - I love the counter-point action going on with the light shapes upper right that go so well with the bird's perch. Graphic/Beautiful

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Psjunkie wrote:
Fri Feb 01, 2019 5:44 pm
even though they are part of the structure I would clone out the two things left of the bird..they keep drawing my eye...I like this one a lot minniev, so simple but powerful....
Thanks Frank!

For a freestanding image I agree the knobs should go. But if included in the series, they might should stay, since they are all over the dam and the images.

I liked it too, I ran across it this morning and realized I'd never edited it and it seemed worth the few minutes to fix it up.
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PietFrancke wrote:
Fri Feb 01, 2019 5:48 pm
yep, what Frank said - I love the counter-point action going on with the light shapes upper right that go so well with the bird's perch. Graphic/Beautiful
Thanks Piet
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minniev wrote:
Fri Feb 01, 2019 5:07 pm
for old time's sake. They haven't come back yet. Every year I am afraid they won't. Last year they were there less than the years before. Of course I have enough dam birds stored up to keep me busy a while, but I always want more.

I will post a picture later of who's there instead. But this morning I felt like playing with an old friend.
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