We are still dealing with a lot of snow here in NYC
and as you can see in the set of four pictures atop this enty, House sparrows
, visiting my snowy garden
appear to have found solace within the branches of my Christmas tree
which is still up
I have taken off the lights as well as my tree topper (star) but I've left the tree up so my avian friends can find shelter and warmth during winter storms.
For your information, my garden is the setting for my three volume hardcover book series, hey are a bird type featured in my book series, series, Words In Our Beak.
The books make a perfect gift for someone who may be in quarantine or lockdown due to consequences of the coronavirus
because the stories in them can bring the outdoors into the homes of those who cannot go out and about.
Mourning doves have also taken advantage of the shelter my Christmas tree continues to provide, as evidenced in tne next image.
Moreover, if you are someone you know apppreciates the peacefulness this bird type exudes, I have designed Mourning dove themed note-cards
... these cards are great for all occasions but especially for Valentine's Day, which is less than one month away.
By the way, FAA can also render the images on to an array of surfaces; including acrylic...
...special art paper...
...as well as wood...
... for varying sizes of wall art. Moreover, Fine Art America also offers framed images of my collections.
A reminder, which I've mentioned in prior posts, but is worth reiterating: continue to take a cue when you keep your eye on the birdie, especially mourning doves... you never know what they may teach you, especially about acceptance, as they are showing during our winter storms (enidenced in the images directly below).
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