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Old Friday 3rd March 2017, 20:39   #1
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Watercolour of waxwings seen in Whitstable, Kent this week. Flock consisted of 28 birds but very mobile and didn't stay around for long unfortunately.
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A beautiful piece of artwork of these sleek beauties Ian.
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Watercolour of waxwings seen in Whitstable, Kent this week. Flock consisted of 28 birds but very mobile and didn't stay around for long unfortunately.
I want this on my wall! Do you sell them?

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What a lovely piece or artwork. A joy to see. Thanks for sharing.
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That is lovely. I have to admit I peeked yesterday and had another look just now (thought I better say something) - very nice and just like I saw them many moons ago.
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What a lovely piece or artwork. A joy to see. Thanks for sharing.
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That is lovely. I have to admit I peeked yesterday and had another look just now (thought I better say something) - very nice and just like I saw them many moons ago.
Thank you very much Simon, glad you like it.
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Yes I do! I'll PM you and we can didscuss further.
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That's a wonderful painting Ian!! I particularly like the grumpy looking one facing us LOL - you've got him perfectly!!!
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That's a wonderful painting Ian!! I particularly like the grumpy looking one facing us LOL - you've got him perfectly!!!
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Watercolour of waxwings seen in Whitstable, Kent this week. Flock consisted of 28 birds but very mobile and didn't stay around for long unfortunately.
I now have signed, limited edition prints of the waxwings.
Drop me a message if you are interested.

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