Tuesday, April 5, 2016

RANDOM PHOTO


A print found at the Visitor Center, Meadowlark Gardens.  There are quite a few informative and pretty framed art on the walls.  

19 comments:

  1. I do love informative and pretty prints like that.

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  2. Beautiful illusstration of the Bluebird and its breeding.

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  3. A beautiful art piece. Have a beautiful day!

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  4. Beautiful, fun and informative!
    Enjoy your special two weeks!

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  5. That's nice Denise, and I like the fact that it is in a blue frame too!

    All the best Jan

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  6. Hello, Denise. Pretty print. I love the bluebirds and the raccoon. Happy Tuesday, enjoy your day!

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  7. these prints are works of art

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  8. If I had room, I would not mind having this.

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  9. Interesting and informative.

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  10. this is really pretty, i love the racoon trying to climb the pole.

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  11. Oh, I really love this! Beautifuly done.

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  12. Beautiful..... I love love love our Bluebirds ---and I am watching them nest right here in my backyard... The other day when we were sitting on the sofa doing our devotions, Daddy flew up to the Mealworm feeder where Mama was --and I watched him feed her... Neat, huh????

    Have a wonderful day.
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  13. Beautiful poster. Did I ever tell you I once saw seven Bluebirds sitting on the fence behind our house....Mom, Dad and babies ready to fly. They love eastern VA.

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  14. That's gorgeous - and also reminds us of the bird's enemies.

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