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I've been seeing pairs of both Bobwhite and Blue quail and saw my first Bobwhite brood this weekend. Despite the fact ...
Post By Kelulu
Post By Bullbuster
Damn it is HOT!
I've been seeing pairs of both Bobwhite and Blue quail and saw my first Bobwhite brood this weekend. Despite the fact that it is almost July I am ready for bird season. I've been looking at some upland art online and think I'll buy a print I've fallen in love with. I already own too many but another won't kill me.
Currently on my office walls.
Shooting the High Field by Robert Abbett
Among the Pines by David Maass
The Immigrants by Scott Zoelich
Now that I've shown you mine show me yours.
And why, today, remember misses?
Very nice! I’m not around the house at the moment or I’d post our prints.
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Those a nice! I don’t own any though
Those are very nice paintings. You're right, a few more won't hurt ya, you may need to explore the boundary between a few more and holy moley!
America is at that awkward stage. It's too late to work within the system, but too early to shoot the bastards.
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Love the pics. These may not be upland but they are bird art. These hung in my dads office for as long as I can remember. Now they hang in my bedroom. I’ve got a matching style oil lamp that my wife’s grandmother gave us. From all accounts that’s nearly 100 years old and I’ve got it in storage.
Last edited by Bullbuster; 07-04-2020 at 01:02 AM.
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