Friday, September 15, 2017

Yellow Baby Duck

I used pastels, Acrylic paint, prismacolor pencils, gel pens, and Pitt pen.  

Thank you Eva and Kristin for providing Paint Party Friday artists to have and give comments. Learn the craft from all directions. . . and a safe place to play.  Be sure and visit the artists.

My Daughter and grands are safe. Today my daughter finally received her Internet and TV reception.

Barn houses the horses.
 One of the Show Horses.
 Woodpecker at the Hummingbird feeder.
 Squirrel having Breakfast and the Fountain.
 A couple of birds sitting around waiting for their breakfast.
Focus on the journey, not the destination. Joy is found not in finishing an activity but in doing it. ~ Greg Anderson
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  1. Wow, I'd never actually seen a Woodpecker I guess. I didn't realize how much they look like Australian kookaburras! We had ducklings and goslings in the lake behind our house, and they're all grown up now already!! Happy PPF

  2. Love your little duck and the photos are wonderful, thanks for sharing. Happy PPF, hugs, Valerie

  3. I love woodpeckers. Cute duck painting too.

  4. the picture is so cute from the duck!!!
    Wonderful the photos1
    Happy PPF

  5. Thankful your family is safe. And thanks for sharing your art and nature photos. Happy PPF!

  6. So cute duck. Thanks for sharing your nice photos ❣
    Happy PPF 💕

  7. I'm so glad your daughter and her family are safe, what a blessing! With the wildfires in our Oregon forests, I'm praying for rain with no lightening to assist those fighting blazes, and my mountain heart home to be safe (Breitenbush Hot Springs, where I spent the eclipse)
    Happy PPF!

  8. So good to hear that all is well with your daughter and grand kids! Must've been scary ... Cute little duck :-)

  9. So cute!! Adorable nature photos too!!

    Peace Giggles

  10. Just to cute on the duckie. Love these photos. Great shots everyone.

  11. lol, made me think of ester chicken, they used to be that yellow :)

  12. Such a cute duckling. Love the woodpecker photo. We have those, downy, and pileated too, and maybe others.