Tuesday, March 5, 2013

Wild Bird Wednesday

WIld Bird Wednesday 34:
http://paying-ready-attention-gallery.blogspot.com/2013/03/wild-bird-wednesday-34-out-for-wood-duck.html

I never tire of Cardinal pictures.  They are so vivid and perky ... I love to watch them.  Usually they flit in and out of the feeder and off to a more secluded place to eat, but this morning he was more leisurely and I was there to capture it.  Enjoy ...






19 comments:

  1. Lovely shots. I never tire of Cardinals either, they are such a bright spot on the winter landscape.

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  2. Lovely, Andrea! And I never tire of cardinal photos either.

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  3. Beautiful shots of the Cardinals.

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  4. What a red beauty! Great close up shots. First time I see this bird. We don`t have this vivid bird in Norway.

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  5. It's the snow that sets off the cardinals so well. :) We have snow in our forecast tonight and tomorrow. First sizable snow all winter.

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  6. Awesome colours!
    Great post for the theme!

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  7. Great photos. I would love to have one of those in my yard!

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  8. there's just something extra special seeing a male cardinal in snow!

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  9. Beautiful photos! Love the falling snow! You're right, these are a nice compliment to my female photos!

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  10. Such a stunning bird. Thank you. He also looks to be a cheeky chappy (and I hope I am right).

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  11. You're right about their color. I don't get too see them too often (working inside all day). Thanks for sharing.

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  12. cardinals are one of my favorite birds, esp in winter. but mine are scardey-cats when I get anywhere near my window & hard to catch with my camera (only way I can catch them, lol) I do have some featured this week, so seeing yours made me stop over. thanks for sharing!

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  13. Stunning! When I see my red cardinal outside I know it's gonna be a great day!

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  14. "when one tires of cardinals, one is tired of life" - or something like that!

    The Australian and American wood ducks are not closely related - some books call mine a Maned Duck to avoid using the same, but I have never known anybody in the "field" to call them that.

    Cheers and thanks for linking to WBW.

    Stewart M - Melbourne

    PS: here is a pun: Broken pencils are just so pointless!

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  15. OMC !!!! What a Yummy Birdy !!!! OOPS ! Sorry, I mean beautiful Birdy : )...tee...heh
    Thanks for visited me
    Meow from

    Mr Puddy

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  16. I love what you have in your backyard. For me, living in concrete, this is amazing. Good pics!!
    :)~
    HUGZ

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  17. They look even more striking with the snow falling. Very pretty.

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  18. These are just gorgeous shots of this cardinal in the snow. Also have been meaning to tell you I love your choice of music!

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  19. Thank you for sharing your beautiful Cardinal!
    What a nice contrast with the snow.

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