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    scottish thistles and tiger swallow

    grizz and I went out for a hike and collected several Scottish images
    First me in my Anderson plaid and a new sporran I made.
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    Here is a tiger swallow on a beautiful thistle
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    Big bumble bees on the thistle
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    A quote from Melville
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    I don't know if they have giant sunflowers in Scotland. They should. They are cool
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    Grizz being grizz
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    I like the thin drop down shadow under the leaves, really makes it Pop! Nice job Grizz.

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    Cool as always. Glad to see you wore a tartan (not that your regular kilt isn't worthy). I like to new sporran. Be well good man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tarheel View Post
    Cool as always. Glad to see you wore a tartan (not that your regular kilt isn't worthy). I like to new sporran. Be well good man.
    Thanks. I really like tartans. Sometimes the other is handier with it's pockets and it's better in a stiff wind.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Me cousin Jack View Post
    I like the thin drop down shadow under the leaves, really makes it Pop! Nice job Grizz.
    thanks. The shadow is natural as I have been working with two pieces of leather for the flap with the front having parts cut out. I've done a grizzly that way also. I do like the way it looks. I saw one with checkerboard (the underside painted red) cut that way and thought it'd look good that way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grizzbass View Post
    thanks. The shadow is natural as I have been working with two pieces of leather for the flap with the front having parts cut out. I've done a grizzly that way also. I do like the way it looks. I saw one with checkerboard (the underside painted red) cut that way and thought it'd look good that way.
    LOL, Iím viewing on a very small screen, well it looks great!

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