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Old Monday 19th February 2007, 05:12   #1
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My bird paintings

This is an acrylic painting of just some of the Noisy Miners who live around me. They love the water and let me know very clearly when the bird bath is getting low!
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Old Monday 19th February 2007, 08:38   #2
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Nice work. Well done.
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Lovely picture-you are good- well done.Thanks.
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Lovely.
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Nice painting!
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That is really lovely.
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This is an acrylic painting of just some of the Noisy Miners who live around me. They love the water and let me know very clearly when the bird bath is getting low!
Great work, get some more on!
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Old Tuesday 20th February 2007, 23:37   #8
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Peregrine

I painted this one some time ago, and wanted to create a stormy atmosphere as I see Peregrines as very dramatic birds.
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You've certainly captured the power and ferocity of the bird, especially in the head. Well done.
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Nice work. Keep them coming!
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nice work looking forward to some more
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Old Wednesday 21st February 2007, 20:21   #12
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Thank you all, currently working on a Butcher Bird and also a Striped Honeater
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I painted this one some time ago, and wanted to create a stormy atmosphere as I see Peregrines as very dramatic birds.

Wow super.........
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LOVELY paintings Especially love the first one - Australian birds always look SO exotic to me........though I'm sure folks in other countries think that about OUR UK birds too

Look forward to seeing more of your paintings
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Old Sunday 25th February 2007, 05:59   #15
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Striped Honeyeater

Just finished this little fellow. They have only just started visiting so I hope they will be regulars.
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