Monday, September 28, 2009

Pattern

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The Ivory Billed Woodpecker showed a pattern of decline for decades until it was finally declared extinct in the mid 1900's. There have been a few unofficial recent sightings in remote woodlands, and some groups are continuing to search for the Ivory-Bill, but it may be just a memory.
Of course, the checkerboard pattern of the graph also helps legitimize the image;-)

8 comments:

Art Fan Ako said...

Funny bird watcher! I hope the woodpecker left his face alone. lol

BINO said...

beautiful work!

bino

justdoodleit said...

That woodpecker is cool!

sandybau said...

Very nice artwork! Just perfect!

Rui Sousa said...

Great work, absolutely amazing!
Excellent!

Rick Lovell said...

Thanks everyone!

Brine Blank said...

that's pretty awesome...when I was in the army at Ft. Benning they had trees marked as potential habitat and every time one got nudged or knocked down by a tank it was interesting...EPA swarms appeared out of nowhere....

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