Yes!! The Autumn Colours are here

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  1. stapp

    stapp Global Moderator

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    Thank you for the new seasonal logo LWM :)

    I love it.
     
  2. LowWaterMark

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    Just watch out for falling acorns!! :doubt: *puppy*
     

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  3. Dark Shadow

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    yes they hurt,wear a hard hat under trees.
     
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    And pixel Pup playing in the leaves
     
  5. Pedro

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    Is it falling or does it have something to do with the squirrel?
     
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    "Don't upset the squirrel"

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  7. stapp

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    I particularly like the way you have dotted the i in Wilders. :)
     
  8. Pedro

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    I didn't notice the avatar isn't static. It IS the squirrel :p
     
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    :thumb: :thumb: :thumb:
     
  10. Dark Shadow

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    Ah yea I just notice it now very cool avatar.poor dogy getting bombarded by acorns.
     
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    I think he was playing with his nuts.
     
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    I love it ! :D

    And (as always) what a beautiful avatar ! *puppy*
     
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    Cute Autumn Story!! :D

    Pixel Pup has always been good at keeping the 'rodents' under control! :D
     
  14. Foxfired

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    I miss Autumn in New England. Southern California stays the same color all year round.
     
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    Being from N.Y., it's what comes next that sucks.:mad:
     
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    Spring in the southern hemisphere!
     
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    Oh...wish I can see the Vermont foliage....( thanks for the logo )
     
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    Yes acorns make this pleasant pinging sound when they fall on your car and the sound of rustling leaves when the autumn wind blows.
     
  19. thathagat

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    yup......but are, forlornly, tinged with the raven shades of a global economic meltdown......:'(
     
  20. PROROOTECT

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    Hi,

    Marvellous! I like the idea! Continue to change the decor with the seasons!

    And the same colors I have here!

    PS. Do not worry: acorns will be eaten by wild boars; nuts and chestnuts by squirrels.
    We are not of this world, then worry no more.
     
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