spring brings thornbills

19 September, 2006

I was playing with Harvey in the kitchen this morning, and looked out the window…

thornbill

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7 Responses to “spring brings thornbills”

  1. gizo Says:

    Not yet. I got the Wacom out of the box, but haven’t installed drivers or plugged it in yet. Maybe tonight?

  2. seebs Says:

    Enough’s enough… The thornbill doesn’t appear to have any wings, grass doesn’t grow like that and I’m pretty confident that the birdbath (I’m guessing it’s a birdbath) isn’t large enough for the wind to cause such a choppy swell.

    D+

    (The plus is for the text………. not bad really)

  3. antman Says:

    Looks like you have the beginnings of an algal bloom. The thornbill looks invisible like Wonder Woman’s jet.

    I second Seebs’ coment about the calligraphy though

  4. vetti Says:

    I like how the egg-shaped water mass appears to recline on its side in the grass, with the thornbill perched on top. Its “invisibility” is a nice touch. Keep up the good work!

  5. gizo Says:

    It’s a pond, and my mum says it’s brilliant!

  6. vetti Says:

    I agree with yer Ma – it is brilliant!


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