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Oh, yeah, real flies aren't quite as much fun to live with, I agree! LOL! Thanks so much, Rosie! :-)))
Wow, I wouldn't mind living on any border with these flies. The ones I've been pestered by are little black things that make pests of themselves and you have to chase around the house with a swatter or a rolled up newspaper, whichever catches your fancy.. I'd let these stay and decorate the air. Thanks for another great puzzle.
Thanks so much Pat.
Thanks, whatnauts! I made it first the old way, and then I used the blurry borders, where the color goes into the frame, and I liked the way it muted the edges in a soft frame, so I went with that. :-)))
This Borderfly is a precious specimen. Nice one :))))
I had just finished getting tomorrow's puzzle ready to post when I saw your comment, so it will be private for now! Thanks, Aishahm! http://www.jigidi.com/created.php?id=QAHBPO31
This is such a beautiful puzzle. Is there a larger version on the way?
Thanks, Mandy, Ardy, Katie, and PJ! I wish all the flies in the world were pretty and benign! I'd love to publish my fly collection and my word collection, but so far there haven't been any publishers knocking on my door! :-)))
Great fun, Pat - exciting composition, now - I wonder, when will you publish your book on great additions to the English language ???PJ
The colored line borders has made a stunning butterfly Pat!
One lovely Borderfly has been added to my life list, dated and ID'd as to profile. Your insect collection is almost as mind boggling as Robbie's shell collection. Actually his Dad's. Thanks for sharing, Pat. I wouldn't mind flies that look like this.
A beautiful BorderFly, thanks Pat
Thanks so much, Dottie!
Great one, Pat! Thanks!