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March-Slow-Scrap Week1.jpg

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Day 1: Lorikeet photo, cwx_MeowyChristmas_pp2

Day 2: Alphas -GWH_BeautifulDay_Alpha - added a rainbow style, BMU_BrocadeChip_Alpha_A - letter A, Unknown alpha - Visitor

Embellishments: cw_BreakTime_el12 - ticket, cw_BreakTime_plant, EMA_Antiquities_EMB_Flower1, AHA_onsafari_emb_flower4, KME_ButterflyFX_Emb_Flower-Green

Day 3: GWH_SSEmb_StackedPhotos4_1

Day 4: Drop Shadows

Journaling - Rainbow Lorikeets mostly forage on the flowers of shrubs or trees to harvest nectar and pollen, but also eat fruits, seeds and some insects. They’re found in a wide range of treed habitats including rainforests and woodlands, as well as in well-treed urban areas.

Photos taken when we lived in Dalmeny November 2016

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Those birds are so pretty - I have pix of them from a wildlife park in Sydney. Your photo is sooooo good, I really like the out of focus BG & the very focused bird!

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What an amazing photo! Gorgeous bird, too. I like your triple framing and how you've arranged the flower cluster so that it looks like part of the photo. Beautiful page!

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You have such gorgeous birds in Australia and this one is amazing, as is your photo!  I really like your creative framing and how you used the photo large on your page.   Your title is really cool! 

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I love the photo and the folded frame. It looks like your cluster is part of the branch that he is sitting on. Great alphas.

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