What a charming lil' guy. Great texture.
AAAWWWWWWWWWWW!!!!!! I love it!
You've captured the poofy fledgling perfectly! It was nice to see you on a few of my posts today. I always like it when you stumble upon my ravens :) Thanks for the visit!
This is really adorable and touchable!www.indigeneartforms.blogspot.com
Is that why we are told to put our drier lint out for the birds? I always thought it was for the nests, but perhaps that's how they make babies. Little fiber artists.
Awww! That is just so cute!
And cutest entry award goes to. . . you! Nice job. Love the heavy green background.
so cute, *pets* love it :)
This is so adorable!!
Incredibly sweet; we have these coming to our bird feeders in spring.
absolutely keeeerekt, some do look like dryer foof! ;)
ummm...errr... FOOF! :O lol
dang, did it again... P O O F
Great take on the topic. I love the texture, and the picture is just adorable.--Joanna Huffaker
Maybe that's why my cats like to play with the dust bunnies!
so cute and sweet and adorable. i just love it. the texture is great.
Ha ha, so true! Nicely done!!
this melted my heart, Thank You :)
Did you have a particular species of baby in mind? 'Cause it looks like a fledgling wood thrush I accidentally caught once (don't ask).
Very cute little bird. Quit poofy.
That's beautiful, Cat. All of your artwork is exceptional. Thanks for it.
Adorable!! Love the design and fuzzy texture in the feathers- totally cute :)
Thank you all for your comments. I love them all. More, more! I'm sorry I'm not always here with a response, but truly I love to hear from my friends and visitors. I started this little fella last year, and put him away. But when I saw IF's prompt, 'poof' I thought of this little guy. Thank you for visiting my blog, and for all your kind remarks.love,cat
lovely little ball of fluff
Absolutely, Love this little image so sweet.Thank you for your visit ... much appreciated link on the Bees.Will call again at your blog.:o)
cute lint with sealy eyes...
I love your birds. They always remind me of your crow story.
awwwww! adorable!i spent part of one summer banding piping plovers. the chicks were described to me as cotton balls on toothpicks which, as it turns out, is pretty darn close.
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