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Saturday, March 30, 2019

Framed and Artsy

Below is our Forest Pansy Redbud just blooming
gorgeous blue sky for a back ground
3/23/19
NC's native Redbud blooms are a lighter shade of pink
and it has multiple trunks.  Forest Pansy has a single trunk


I played around with the above photo in LunaPic
I used: draw selected cut out bird form then selected paper background under draw 

26 comments:

  1. Hari OM
    ...that are purrty!!! YAM xx

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  2. Oh pretty tree! I've heard of redbud, but have never seen one in bloom.

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  3. Oh pretty tree! I've heard of redbud, but have never seen one in bloom.

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  4. Such a pretty tree. And such great pictures too. Have a wonderful day.

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  5. Beautiful colorful tree indeed, and wonderful artwork with the bird cutout.

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  6. Blooming season is so pretty!

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  7. Our redbuds didn't or haven't bloomed this year. The frost may have gotten them, all our early spring bloomers were blooming when we had a frost. It got some of the blooms on our wisterias at the butterfly garden, but luckily most of the blooms hadn't blossomed yet.

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  8. I love blooming trees. We have a fair few magnolia trees around here and their blooms are just magnificent!

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  9. What pretty blooms. Those gorgeous flowers and your beautiful blue sky help cheer us up on this cold rainy day.

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  10. As we sit watching another couple inches of snow fall, we forget spring is most places now. Sorry we haven't been around as much as we would like, we are good, just busy.

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  11. Beautiful redbud.....our neighbors have one in their front yard but things around here are nowhere near ready to flower. Soon we hope!

    Hugs, Pam

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  12. What a pretty tree! And an interesting effect! We have no flowers what-so-ever still, except for a couple puppy willows and those sneezy silver maples.

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  13. Beautiful tree and cool artwork.

    The Florida Furkids

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  14. Spring is always lovely, isn't it?

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  15. OH NO, I did not know that was in there... I don't have time to play, I am so far behind. beautiful tree and love the cutout

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  16. Very nice art and the redbud is beautiful. XO

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  17. Love redbuds. Hadn't seen any until two Virginia visits ago...don't think we have them here.

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  18. The tree is lovely, and that beautiful blue sky makes me envious.

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  19. OH, your tree is just simply beautiful!!! And that bird artwork is really nice.

    Woos - Lightning, Misty, and Timber

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  20. We can't wait to see some blooming trees. we love your bird!
    hugs
    Hazel & Mabel

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  21. VERY COOOOOL! I loves the bloomin' tree and the burdie is pawsome!
    Kisses,
    Ruby ♥

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  22. That's a cool effect, especially how the tree is the bird's wing, and we all know birds roost in trees.

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  23. Love your redbud tree it is so pretty. Ours is pretty on top but the trunk not so much...it has been damaged mamy times from wind and ice. Love the artwork you did with the photo. Hugs

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  24. The redbud worked perfectly for the wings!

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