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  • G Warner

    . In the Word Wood. by davidwyatt

  • Laurel Galloway

    In the Word Wood © David WYATT Illustration (Dartmore, UK) via etsy. Print available £12.00 GBP, $19.47 USD. Titled & signed by the artist. "How a writer friend likes to start the working day... in SW Britain" ... KEEP attribution & artist link when repinning or reposting. COPYRIGHT LAW requires the artist be credited per wiki.

  • Marlene Elrod

    This makes me think of the therapy dogs who listen to children read -- a totally non-judgemental audience! 'In The Word Wood' by David Wyatt.

  • Nicole Egonut

    In The Word Wood by David Wyatt #reading #books

  • Carrie Taylor

    "In the Word Wood," a painting of Terri Windling and dog Tilly in the woods behind Terri's studio, autumn 2011, by her friend and neighbor, artist David Wyatt.

  • Jane Hudak

    'In the Word Wood'-by David Wyatt. I like to read outside with my black dog.

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