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Dianemccambridge - thank you, such a nice comment. I like seeing birds flying freely too, so it was a fun effort to create the puzzle.PJ
Birds are so beautifully free. Love this puzzle. Thank you.
Thank you so much, Dagmar. I really appreciate your kind comment - it was such a delightful process creating this puzzle.PJ
When I saw this this morning I thought that it was absoluteyly lovely, from the stormy skies to the swallows flying in the wind. :)) A wonderful composition. Thanks :))
Barb - thank you, I'm pleased you like the puzzle. The skies of the twilight hours can be artstic masterpiecesPJ
Mandy - thank you. So happy you enjoyed the colored skies. The midday sun can easily burn - the midnight one is soft but often very colorful. Depending on sky conditions.PJ
I guess there's a reason that Norway is called The Land of the Midnight Sun. :-)Lovely puzzle which fits well in this week's theme of birds. Thanks, PJ.
These are lovely skies PJ - in fact when I got up this morning, our sky looked a little like the reddish one... with brilliant red and orange streaks right across it. I expected a miserable day, but it was actually sunny, and I could even feel some warmth from the rays coming through the car windows!! I cannot imagine the sun never setting during the summer... but is it strong enough to burn???
Katie - thank you. So glad you appreciate this one. Welcome to twilight country - we have six hours of twilight at this time of the year, three in the morning and three in the evening. And with luck, we have a few hours of sunshine in the middle of the day! It's fun in the summer - the sun does not set at all.PJ
Oooh! This is so pretty PJ! It definitely makes me think of summer sunset and twilight!