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    • Another beautiful layout Sue.  We are experiencing the same weather and smoke.  I've been changing the three bird baths every several hours today.  6 crows in the yard most of the day with cooling off in the way your explained above.  And lots of bathing.  The water had black bits on the bottom and I wondered if it could be ash from the smoke.  It's really quite bad.  My eyes are stingy.  I feel so bad for the animal/bird/insect world who has to live with the smoke.  Yesterday before the smoke rolled in, we had crows, magpies and pigeons all on the ground in my tiny backyard, chillin' out (at the same time).  Just last week there was a young crow and magpie hanging out together and it seemed like they were playing together, picking up a stick and then dropping it, then the other one would pick up the same stick and do the same.  they followed each other around for quite some time and would fly up to the same perches on the roof, the power lines.  I've never seen that before.  
    • Here is my page for the Tut /tech challenge.   I create the page a week or so ago.  I added, by creating the  date banner, lifting some of the  pennants, also I added a ribbon, and lifted  one edge.  I replaced the date stamp with the  banner.  Head on over to the facebook  page, if you want to  see a  much less compressed layout, to see the details and colours in the photos.  I rarely edit my photos.  If I find there  is a need to, all I tend to do is  use the  brightness and contrast, and crop tools.  In this case the photos weren't edited.  Also, for those that may be interested, birds are like dog, they don't perspire, instead they pant like dogs.  For the past fortnight the temps have been in the high thirties, again today it is 37c, and hazy, due to smoke blowing  in. 
    • Phil and I visited our local butterfly house which had many beautiful butterflies. However, in this project I just featured, in my opinion, the most beautiful of all--the Monarch. I followed Lab 7, no.2, for the grunge texture. All of the pictures are mine taken at the Butterfly house. The bridge was made into a watercolor using the cass watercolor script. All the masks for the butterflies are mine. The fonts are from CF--Capella for the text and the single letter is Butterfly Logos. I forgot who mentioned Lab 7, but thank you.
    • Ann, this is beautiful.  I always think of Christmas when i think of Currier and Ives.  
    • Mine came yesterday! Today is planned....
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