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Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Texture Tuesdays...

~ Sparrow Sentiments ~

Kim Klassen Texture: Stained Linen

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The theme at the Cafe this week is Gratitude.

Grateful for every little Sparrow in our garden ♥

This little Sparrow found shelter under our deck and provided lots of entertainment as I watched her move back and forth, eating some of the fallen seed, then scurrying back through the lattice to keep dry on this rainy Tuesday.

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I would maintain

that thanks are the highest form of thought

and that gratitude

is happiness doubled

by wonder

~GK Chesterton~

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10 comments:

Teresa O said...

What an artistic photograph, it truly looks like a painting.

Pat Mark said...

So sweet. I love the little birds. They provide so much enjoyment throughout the yr. Nice work and perfect words.

Anonymous said...

Lovely work and i too love watching the sparrows in our garden :)
aenee/Lily over from TTP

deborah said...

so soft and gentle, absolutely beautiful . . .

Kathleen said...

Such a lovely image! The "stained linen" texture makes it look like a painting. I love the Chesterton quote, too.

kareninkenai, artist said...

so soft and beautiful; wonderful texture processing. lovely interpretation. thank you {texture tuesdays}

Kelly said...

Hi Deb!
I am so excited- I finally figured out how to leave comments on this sort of comment box... yay for the blonde ;)

I love how you make the most of every little moment and how nature never escapes your eye.

All my love to you, sweet friend. xo.

Pat said...

Lovely work!

OF SPRING AND SUMMER said...

Hi Deb,
What a beautiful texture you have added and very sweet bird.
Have a lovely weekend.
xoxo Ingrid

Jeanne said...

Much love and many blessings
Love Jeanne

I love your blog and all of your postings.

Jeanne