so fun! those birds of a feather have flocked together...flying off the branches to all over the US they go...to land on all the soar ladies fingers...We are Your People, o great feather!:-)
awwwww, I am your peeps too :) xoxo
awww thanks J bird!xoxo
Okay, this is one of the GREAT jewelry displays EVER.AND an awesome collection of photos--that group shot is too much!!! :-) Feather-blessings, for certain.
Oh man....zanita!I like them in big groups, sa weet, tweet!xoxoxo
These make me smile. Pure and simple.xx
smiling back :) :)xo
Okay....you had me at the first photo. Just precious. And a tree of feathers? Who knew there was such a thing?That last photo is incredible. Yes, Ash. Makes one smile indeed :o). My first thought was --- your poor hands....... a lot of feathers does not make light work!xxxooo
Songbird is right...all those feathers are light in spirit...the result of hard, hard work and a dedicated heart.
Yes Lisa don't you know, silver rings grow on trees :)I admit to sore hands and shoulders but they are so pretty in a big group, now flitting to the not so secret society of bird lovers.I love a bird too :)xoxo
They were fun too Caroline, I really like studying and copying my feathers. I lay some of them on my bench for inspiration.
Caroline, I liked your feather-blessings comment :o). xxxooo
I nearly cried........really
I agree, feather blessings indeed! I wish feather blessings right back to you:-)
Well, didn't that redtailed hawk start all this with his own feather-blessing?Do you suppose they notice when a tailfeather is gone? Our turkey gobblers get rather embarrassed, but they fan their tails for effect. I wonder about those birds that fly so strongly, like hawks--what does a missing tailfeather mean to them...it MUST be a gift, to relinquish one....
heh,heh Caroline...i'm wrapping my mind around just what a embarrassed turkey looks like...but kudos to the turkey for giving it the fan:-)
Those are sooooo gorgeous Ro!
Thank you Sandi, I hope all is well with you.xo
Love them! And I know what kind of work that takes... hard and a lot. And that Red Tail feather from your walk.... swoon!! I have two that live in my studio, each in their own display jar, and I covet them dearly. Such an amazing gift to find on a walk.
Wow SJ you know how to make a girl jealous, SUCH a gift, I keep mine in a glass case.Thank you about the woik :)xo