Mother's Day Birds

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Between the gently swaying leafy branches of a weeping willow fly a dark pink Cardinal bird mother with her 2 red cardinal children birds, fly between the dancing branches each taking a turn to come closer to the screen. The 3 cardinals fly into a small garden land on a white trellis with cone shaped bushes on each side, a high fountain with a Cupid holding a bow and arrow, a bird house on its right side, 2 rounded top bushes and a bush fence in the background. We get a close up towards the mother cardinals and her 2 chicks, she flies up and the two chicks follow her and as they fly out, a bunch of darling little yellow flowers with green leaves bloom magically. The mother cardinal flies back in front of the yellow flowers, then back up being followed by her chicks. They fly around the trellis to finally land on branches on the trellis, the two chicks facing their mother and they begin singing to each other. As they sing, 5 beautiful bunches of yellow, purple, rose and fuchsia bouquets blossom; the 3 cardinals fly out, flying back and forth gently in front of the trellis. Again the three cardinals land on branches facing one another, they sing very close to one another and then, the mother cardinal opens both her wings and hugs her 2 chicks with love. As they hug, we pan out and see a heart shaped flower garland surround the, in pink, yellow purple flowers as well as red roses. As we pan out and see the whole trellis we see a larger heart shaped flower garland surrounds both the cardinals the smaller garland of flowers and the whole trellis is filled with beautiful flowers with green leaves. All the bushes and trees around the trellis have pink, yellow, purple and white flowers blossoming all over them and at the bottom the words “Wishing you a beautiful Mother’s Day” appears, water begins to flow in the fountain while sweet weeping willow branches sway at the top of the lovely scene.
Mother's Day Birds