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Tamsin

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This is a tiny bird that rarely appears above the shrub canopy. It's very shy and lives on insects and spiders it finds in amongst thick foliage. It is named for its six striking filamentous tail feathers which are longer than the bird's body itself. It will run like a mouse with its tail down if disturbed as it has a weak flight.
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AP Wildflower
Frames were borrowed from a template
AP Aoristic - butterfly
Artsy Kardz Carpe Diem
Grow WordArt Mix

photo per kind permission of Tony Bainbridge
Designer(s) Used:
  1. Anna Aspnes
Beautiful! I love how you have used transfer(?) for the ground outside the frame! Wonderful story about the little bird-it is a beauty.
 
So, so cute! I spent half an hour listening to a marsh wren but he never came up from down in the rushes. Great photo! Love your long-stem wildflower, too.
 
Wonderful layout! I love the simplicity of the elements and all the "white" space.
 
Beautiful photo and gorgeous page! I love your composition, the layered frames, and lovely scene behind the frames. ♥
 
Just beautiful. I love the framing and the transfers used and the placement of the butterfly is perfect!
 
You have a wonderful soft touch. The placement of all the different parts have a lovely harmony. Beautiful colors.
 

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