Teri, this is wonderful! The turkeys look so 3-D and interesting. Great drawing and so perfect for the topic!
Cool drawing, Teri! I love seeing turkeys in the fall.
nice perspective on the Turkeys Teri! Love it!
cool! Happy thanksgiving, too.
I think that guy with his head up is in trouble. :-)s
this is great humor and illo! we don't celebrate thanksgiving in germany. but i love turkey. so i'd go hiding too...
Going to town for some shopping today in a field were about thirty of those birds,hunting saeson opens tomorrow and they will head for the hills, BILL
HOW FUN!! Love them in all different poses! HAPPY TURKEY DAY TO YOU TOO!
Teri what a fun wonderful drawing.Happy Thanksgiving to you!
Love the commentary! Great Illo, too!
Love it Terri! Wild Turkeys are amazing animals and you depicted them so well here.
we see wild turkeys alot around here and you've captured them perfectly. very nice.
Here in the woods its not unusual to see wild turkeys everywhere. I even scared one off its perch up in a tree. But what shocked me was when I visited my friend in Rockford Illinois. There must have been 20 wild turkeys walking thru the front yards on her street. They even perched on top of the cars parked in their driveways. Now that was a sight!Your colors are wonderful and you drew them just as we see them here in the wild. Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family.
I see these guys in the bean field. No matter how many there are you can only see one head up.Later
now they look like a group of well fed turkeys nice illo
We have wild turkey's all over the place here. They are pretty interesting birds to watch. First, they look like goofballs, but as you watch them, they really are very beautiful animals. Your drawing brings out their beauty.
I have seen these guys all around my nieghborhood and you did them justice! I love the detail in the feathers and the different positions they are in! So beautifully done!!!!
Ya know, they really do this. When ten turkeys came through our yard on their way to the woods, the tom turkey stood on a log and watched as all the hens made their way slowly into the forest.
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