Pectoral Sandpiper

PectoralSanPectoral Sandpiper (c) 2012 Kit Langdpiperc2012KitLang-1

I love this little guy! :) 

He`s fat and fluffy and he`s owning it!


And I just had to show you the close up of the grounds again - 'cuz I'm really proud of them!

And guess what - today is December 28, and THAT means Monday is my annual Year In Review post.

I`m totally excited to share it with you. Have a great weekend, and I`ll see you then!

Kit 120

P.S. - if you've got some time - why not check out what's going on at Nina Marie's Off The Wall Fridays, and Sparrow In Flight who's hosting Thank Goodness It's Finished Friday!?

Kit Lang


  1. Ooh this looks fantastic! Love the texture and the detail. Can see why you'd be proud of the ground - it looks so great!

  2. What a handsome fellow, Kit! And yes...that wee garden under his feet is delicious!

    Have a great weekend!

  3. he is delightful, and this specimen looks quite the character :)

  4. He's all I expected him to be and the grounds are so realistic. I also admire the patience it must take to make all of those tiny feathers.

  5. Your work is fantastic, and I love the daffodils.

  6. Doesn't he just look like the cock of the roost!! No argument from me!!

  7. Kit, I'm really enjoying your bird series. Maybe you could post a shot of the whole flock all together some time.

    1. That's a good idea. So that we can see and enjoy them all.

  8. lee anna29.12.12

    Hi Kit, I'm going to leave a comment, what with all the quiltart posts about these.
    I've enjoyed your blog before, the studio, and oh the widdle girl elephant.

  9. Hi, Kit. Very cool bird and I really like your background treatment because it gives structure and enhances the bird. Had to zoom in to see the ground treatment--very nice!
    best, nadia


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