Feature: Vibrancy Cardigan

Feature: Vibrancy – Nikki Duster Cardigan – Mary Mikawoz Art Designs 

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This was originally an acrylic painting on canvas which I then took into the computer and made digital artwork. It is vibrant with colours and so, therefore, it has its name.

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Canada Goose Head

Mikawoz Canada Goose Head

Canada Goose Head


This is a close-up photograph of the head of a Canada Goose taken in fall at the Duck Pond at Assiniboine Park in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. It’s head is tucked in between its wings. The Canada Goose is found near water in the Arctic and the Temperate Zones of North America. It has been introduced to Great Britain, New Zealand, Chile, Argentina and the Falkland Islands.

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Thank you for liking, commenting and/or sharing. Mary


Oak and Birch Trees

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Oak And Birch

I took this photo a couple of years ago.  I like it because I really appreciate trees.  I enjoy looking at how they grown amongst each other.  The Oak tree is a dark bark whereas the birch tree is white with sections of striped black.  As we know trees are important for keeping erosion at bay.  Plus, we also know that carbon dioxide is absorbed by the tree and produce oxygen for our benefit to breathe and the world too.  I like the angle that these trees have taken in an effort to continue to grow.  This photo was taken at Assiniboine Forest in Winnipeg.

Thank you for liking, commenting and/or sharing.  Mary Mikawoz