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29 October 2016

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Doni High

Awesome night background...yeah, I kinda think Bats and Monsters are the same degree of scary!!

Joan

A perfect card for a best friend. Love the colors you blended for the background. I've never used distress inks but they sure add a nice touch to the cards. Might have to think about getting some. I like the color combination you used for the night sky. Pileateds are one of my favorite birds - have been fortunate to see them up close twice but have always been fascinated with them. I agree with you, don't like to interfere with nature but this is one time I would have done the exact same thing you did. Nobody messes with our pileateds!

susan

Such a cute little card...love that sentiment. Also, you pictures are amazing!

Linda Rodgers

I love the night sky on your card--so perfectly blended.

I'm glad you interfered. It would have been awful to lose that beautiful bird. Your photo is really wonderful. Thanks for sharing.

BarbGhig

Beautiful blending on your background, and I love your monster, Jaydee! Such a cute card!
Thanks once again for sharing your Mother Nature photos with us! You always seem to capture wildlife at the perfect moment...so cool!

Colleen

cute card Jaydee.
The picture of pleated woodpecker is a male.
The male's have the red coloring / stripe extending from the base of the bill to the neck. The female's do not have that.
Enjoy your weekend and have a great Halloween

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