BELINDA GROVER PHOTOGRAPHY

STOPS ALONG THE WAY

LOOKING SMART (TWO PHOTOGRAPHS)

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I love these conspicuous birds. Cardinals are hard to miss and now that the trees are bare and there’s little snow cover to brighten things up, they add some colour to a flat, dull landscape. They are one of the few birds that don’t migrate so I hope to see more of them as winter progresses. A nice reward for tramping through the woods at -10 Celsius!

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42 thoughts on “LOOKING SMART (TWO PHOTOGRAPHS)

  1. …greaqt picture! Photos of the nature are my passion. http://www.aloisabsenger.wordpress.com

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  2. Beautiful photos! I love cardinals! Mine are always a little camera shy. I love that you were able to capture them 🙂

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  3. I really love the two shots. He is almost animated as I glance from one to the other.

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  4. Especially pretty seen on a snowy day, they really brighten our winter days. Great shots, Belinda!

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  5. Lovely cardinal. Seeing them in a snowy landscape is one of the rewards of winter trail walking.

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  6. Lovely shots–Cardinals are one of my favorites and they often oblige with perky head poses.

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  7. Bright and nice composition 😀😀.

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  8. Lovely shots. Wish we had cardinals around here — they are like bright jewels against a winter landscape.

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  9. Magnificent photos, Belinda!

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  10. This is a beautiful shot. The cardinals always elude me. Maybe one day 😊.

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  11. Beautiful shots, Belinda! I love this bird, although I’ve never seen one in real life. So handsome!

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  12. These are the perfect Christmas birds.

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  13. thank you for sharing these photos. I will never see a Cardinal on the West Coast so any photos are greatly appreciated.

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  14. I love how you can see his whiskery feathers in that first photo. 🙂

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  15. lovely pictures

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  16. great closeups! I’m so envious — we don’t get Cardinals on the West Coast. always a pleasure to see photos of them, though!

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  17. Very handsome looking birds they are. We do not have any all-red birds here.

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