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A small river scene

This is my first attempt at a realistic forest scene.I included many things including flowers.



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3 hours ago, Pottermeis4 said:

Well i tried.better luck next time

Don't worry, voting hasn't opened yet! ;)

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     Hey , it's cool . Not too bad for just getting into it . And remember , everybody is a winner . Thanks for participating in the challenge . The more you play , the more experienced you become . For the longest time I didn't participate , but now I do . It's entertaining  and inspiring , enjoy yourself . 

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6 hours ago, raynev1 said:

     Hey , it's cool . Not too bad for just getting into it . And remember , everybody is a winner . Thanks for participating in the challenge . The more you play , the more experienced you become . For the longest time I didn't participate , but now I do . It's entertaining  and inspiring , enjoy yourself . 

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I think it's pretty nice!   Certainly nothing to be ashamed of or even disappointed with.  @raynev1 is right; at least you entered which is something I haven't had the guts to do yet!  Good advice!  Keep sharing though!  I do like it :thumb:

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1 hour ago, MeMyself&I said:

I think it's pretty nice!   Certainly nothing to be ashamed of or even disappointed with.  @raynev1 is right; at least you entered which is something I haven't had the guts to do yet!  Good advice!  Keep sharing though!  I do like it :thumb:

I will do the city showcase Challenge soon but thanks

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