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Didn't Make It


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  • A really beautiful study. Of a lovely bird. The greenfinch and Siskins are my favourites on my feeder.

    Posted by andre mulard on Sat 25 Nov 11:54:56
  • A lovely study John, shame about the little bird, they seem to have disappeared from our garden at the moment, although we have plenty of others on the feeders. ☺

    Posted by Linda Drury on Sat 25 Nov 12:11:45
  • Really good work John, shame about the little bird. I feed the birds every morning but I don't think I've seen these around here, loads of chaffs though, I will look out for them.

    Posted by Margaret Beynon on Sat 25 Nov 12:39:13
  • Lovely work but sad story John.

    Posted by Michael McManus on Sat 25 Nov 12:40:27
  • Sad but lovely John a sensitive and heartfelt commemoration

    Posted by dennis rounding on Sat 25 Nov 12:52:18
  • Beautifully drawn John

    Posted by russell edwards on Sat 25 Nov 14:48:09
  • Of course I do not like to find birds like this but it did give me the opportunity to closely study its form and feathers.
    Thank you all folks for your feedback it’s very much appreciated.

    Posted by John Inkson on Sat 25 Nov 14:59:33
  • What a beautifully described study of the bird. The wing feathers are so detailed. I’m glad it’s not just me that sees this a a great subject. Having said that, I put my bird in a plastic bag in our fridge!!! A long time ago I might add. Student days.

    Posted by Diana Boanas on Sat 25 Nov 15:46:09
  • Sad but as you say a great opportunity to study these smashing little fellas at close quarters. They have started to make a come back to my feeders, I think they’ve had a better year or they are becoming a little more immune to the trichomoniasis which has knocked their numbers down.

    Posted by Fiona Phipps on Sat 25 Nov 16:30:45
  • Beautiful studies of these little birds, John.....and thank you for the fascinating insight and background into your life as an artist.

    Posted by Chandra Ward on Sat 25 Nov 17:18:12