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Published the first Friday of each month by the SilverStringers of Melrose, Massachusetts -- March 04, 2016

North American Cardinal stops by a local bird feeder for a bite to eat before building her nest .

--- photo by Debbi Collar


Publisher for this issue is Florence Shea


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How I finally figured things out at Shaw's.
by Joe Sullivan
... it took awhile

Sunday by the pond
by Shirley Rabb
... and peacefully enjoying the day

more on up in the old hotel
by Ed Boyd
... get your smile out

When sketching becomes serious ...
from Don Norris
... save your doodles, see 'em in The Mirror

The Twilight Runner
Richard Umbro
... Bronze is sometimes brighter than gold.

Fluttering forecaster?
by Debbi Collar
a new weather prognosticator perhaps?

Ah ha!!! Where are we?
from Steve Johnson and Don Norris
... based on a reply to an article in the January issue

Symphony in black and white
Louise Fennell
... dancing to a silent tune

It's all about the best things in life
from Don Norris
... while recuperating, I got to thinking ...

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by Florence Shea
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