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Newsletter 18 April_Rainy Day Fun


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Whenever we get a fair amount of rain a puddle forms at the end of the roadway
beside our units. Most times I see the Peewees wadding in the water and it
appears they eat something from the water. This day I tried to capture a photo 
including the reflection of the bird. Whenever we get a fair amount of rain a puddle forms at the end of the roadway
beside our units. Most times I see the Peewees wadding in the water and it
appears they eat something from the water. This day I tried to capture a photo 
including the reflection of the bird. 

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Your photos are great and it's hard to believe that's a puddle, it looks like a little pond!   I like how you showed the closeup of a Peewee -n they're a pretty bird.  I like how you divided your page and the colors you used and the rain and clouds at the top are so creative.

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You did a great job capturing the bird. I like how you used so much green space to indicate distance and where you placed the rain clouds. Thank for joining the challenge. 

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Love how clean and neat this is - and you captured a great picture of your bird. Belle sent me a picture of this type of bird from her trip last month. I didn't know they were called PeeWees! Beautiful layout. 

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I'm not familiar with that bird, so am enjoying your great photo with its reflection. Lovely page! I especially like your addition of the rain clouds.

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5 hours ago, mimes1 said:

Love how clean and neat this is - and you captured a great picture of your bird. Belle sent me a picture of this type of bird from her trip last month. I didn't know they were called PeeWees! Beautiful layout. 

They are also called Mudlarks. Information HERE

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2 hours ago, A-M said:

They are also called Mudlarks. Information HERE

Very cool. You know how much I love birds! Especially these beautiful birds from far away places. I love that you have them in your yard. 

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