Before We Leave by thephotoguydarren

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Before We Leave Carry-All Pouch

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Before We Leave Carry-All Pouch
Before We Leave Carry-All Pouch

Before We Leave Carry-All Pouch

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Organize your life with our Carry-All Pouches - perfect for toiletries, art supplies, makeup and smaller electronics. Pouches are available in three sizes, with the large able to fit an iPad.

  • Available in three sizes
  • Also available in set of 3, which includes all sizes
  • Durable, canvas-like exterior
  • Soft 50/50 poly-cotton black interior lining
  • Faux leather pull tab
  • Machine washable
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A stunning image of 2 beautiful Hummingbirds enjoying some Purple Cone flowers. One is perched on top of a bloom watching another one coming in to enjoy another bloom. I have used effects to create a digital painting. I love the tones and elegance of this piece and feel it would be the center of attention in any room of your home, an office or even a waiting room. Hummingbirds are specialized nectarivores and are tied to the ornithophilous flowers upon which they feed. Some species, especially those with unusual bill shapes such as the sword-billed hummingbird and the sicklebills, are co-evolved with a small number of flower species.

Many plants pollinated by hummingbirds produce flowers in shades of red, orange, and bright pink, though the birds will take nectar from flowers of many colors. Hummingbirds can see wavelengths into the near-ultraviolet, but their flowers do not reflect these wavelengths as many insect-pollinated flowers do. This narrow color spectrum may render hummingbird-pollinated flowers relatively inconspicuous to most insects, thereby reducing nectar robbing. Hummingbird-pollinated flowers also produce relatively weak nectar (averaging 25% sugars w/w) containing a high proportion of sucrose, whereas insect-pollinated flowers typically produce more concentrated nectars dominated by fructose and glucose.

digital painting; two hummingbirds; Before We Leave; impression; texture; Purple Cone Flowers; cone flowers; hummingbird; bird; flower; nature; wing; wildlife; avian; flying; animal; hover; tiny; ruby-throated; colorful; ruby; fauna; beak; wild; flight; garden; feathers; small; female; white; floral; beautiful; iridescent; feeding; pink; nectar; wings; humming; summer; colubris; flora; hungry; bloom; fast; migration; ruby throated hummingbird; feather; male; dreamy; motion; blossom; delicate; perched; beauty; fantasy; rufous hummingbird; brilliant; decorative; elegant; annas hummingbird; dreamlike,

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