On Either Side of Self’s Writing Desk

A very fine rain is falling.

Below are photos of the prints hanging on either side of self’s writing desk.

Self must have been super-jet lagged when she arrived, for at first she mis-took them for depictions of owls.

But that is completely stupid.  Why would anyone want to depict owls?

Those are some mighty-looking hawks, don’t you agree, dear blog readers?

(Oh, my dears, how can self be so stupid?  Those are not hawks; those are falcons!

Bird Print # 1 (To self’s left)

Bird Print # 2 (To self’s right)

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