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Bird-Photography and Birds-Club April FeaturesBird-Photography and Birds-Club proudly presents some of the best submissions from the month of April, chosen by me, mydigitalmind. At the end of every month, I will go through submissions from both groups and choose the ones that stand to feature them in a News Article. I will also choose features from some of our special events that run during the month.
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Bird-Photography's Featured Photos
Every week, the admins from Bird-Photography pick a photo out of the current submissions that will be featured on our front page for the entire week. The following photos were featured in April.
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Best of April 2015Welcome to the mid-spring edition of the Best of the Month paintings submitted to watercolorists!
Winnowing through so many excellent artworks to reach just ten is always the most difficult part of this process - that, plus the fact there must be a six month interim between featuring selections by particular artists. So, after much consideration (that included teeth grinding and hair pulling), here are the ones that have been chosen as the outstanding examples for April.
Blekitna Przyszlosc/Azure future by stokrotas
Using a very limited blue and ochre palette the artist has created an exquisite image. The composition is balanced but relaxed in its formality.
Concept Art II -Mec'H The Red Wyvern by Chonunhwa
Dragons have to be a hands down favorite among mythical beasts and this one is both weird and wonderful. The design is unusual enough but the colors draw our attention.
Dragons egg by :devisletree
12-5-14 *** We took our boys to the vet for their rabies shots and a general look-over. Seems the vet - her name is Brie Wild-Goose if you can believe it wanted to know - if we knew - anyone willing to take in a stray with FIV.
After long discussions and a successful meeting with the boys - Taz is now home 12-10-14 - safe and sound with his new family. Brie tells us his life expectancy is about two years we're hoping to make that more like ten.P S Here's the boy now 1-10-2015 - Albuquerque NM