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I love this one, Bill! Great composition and colors!
Belle saison l'automne Bill !votre petite souris fait ses réserves pour l'hiver !charmante illustration ! (Comme vous j'appréhende l'hiver avec la pluie et la grisaille du ciel :-( ) Amicalement Mary.kg
This is a lovely little grouping that says so much. I like your theory about eating too.
I probably shouldn't tell you that we woke up to 32 degrees this morning and the birdbath water was an ice rink. Nah, I won't ruin your day.
Well, we can shake hands Bill !!Hate the darker days too.But let's first enjoy the autumn colours and all the spiders who are entering our houses right now :-))
Beautiful , sensitive elements in this piece Bill- a wonderful collage of Autumn elements!
Love your Autumn presentation, Bill. Great art piece.
Love your Autumn collage, Bill, enjoy the season as best you can!
lol, love your way of thinking, Bill!
I tried living where things stayed green all year, Bill, and after a couple of years I SO longed for the change of seasons. Winter, after the first snow, IS a drag, but oh how sweet it makes the Spring! I love your art!
I Love this sweet little mousie. Fall does seem to have arrived a lot earlier this year!
WOW magnificent LOve the combination of autumn details.
This is so beautiful dear Bill. And it looks even more delectable on black! Perfect! xx
Aww what a gorgeous image of autumn and such a cute mouseReally gorgeous work Bill
Green all the time is so boring, Bill. I love the way you presented this.
Hey Bill,I don't think I've been to your blog before... I love the variety of your art styles...all wonderful. I'll be back!!
This is so sweet, though I do not like mice. we have enough of them at our summer house.
Ooooooh, Just a perfect choice! And I love your png works Bill!I hate winter too, so I can understand you! Anyway, as I say to myself: put a jumper & enjoy the beauty of nature; there is a time for that somewhere... Where you live.
Love the look and feel of this little piece of art.I like the eaten apple core and mouse.
Why can't we simply hibernate like our furry friends? ;-)
This is exquisite, Bill. The cold you are not looking forward to is what makes your autumn I guess. I live in a place where winters are mild and autumns are hot and the native trees stay green all year round.
Your minimalist autumnal piece is sweet and has a fairy tale quality.
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