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  • DianaDee Osborne Songs / Osborne "INK"

    7 BLUE BUNTINGS bluebirds. I put this photo in a weird place in Pinterest... on my POWER BEYOND US board - DdO:) - http://www.pinterest.com/DianaDeeOsborne/power-beyond-us/ - WHY? Because God knows (literally) how much I love bluebirds of any species - finches, jays, tanagers. SO many times when I'm feeling down low low, a blue bird suddenly appears. Statistics: Too many times to be coincidence. A John 3:16 evidence that I'm one of the ALL who God dearly loves.

  • Cynthia Schweitzer

    My favorite color blue. Birds look like flowers.

  • Grace Ricketts

    Beautiful! Birds of a Feather!

  • Cheryl Davies

    blue birds, looking like feathers on top of sticks

  • Jordan Schwirtlich

    Don't know which board to pin these bluebirds onto: art or animals?

  • Susanne Lydia

    Birds on Sticks! beautiful color in this photo!

  • Andrea Joy

    blue birds on sticks ~ photo by susie

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