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April 27, 2011


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Mike B. - Coffee gone bad!

Mike B.

Thank goodness it was photoshopped. I was starting to wonder if someone had slipped something into my morning coffee!

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John - glad you like the effect.


WOW, I love it!

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Ellen, Margaret, and Barbara -
thanks for the thumbs up! The thumbs up/thumbs down reaction has been interesting! Lots of thumbs down on FB in favor of the original.
And Margaret - thanks for the heads up on the Field Sparrow; he was here yesterday! Watch for a post next week about him. Thanks again.


Fabulous post! love this image


Way cool effect in grainy b & w. Hey, more species are trickling in with this (scarily) summery weather. Watch out for that old Wood Thrush; he's around. His refrain is unmistakable, and older than the hills!


Cool! It looks like a painting.

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