BELINDA GROVER PHOTOGRAPHY

STOPS ALONG THE WAY

NORTHERN CARDINAL (TWO PHOTOGRAPHS)

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The first Cardinals of 2018! There’s still a good amount of snow on the trails but on that day it was sunny and warmer so we had a good surface on which to walk. Given the brilliant white of the snow this male cardinal looked even more striking against the white background. On a day like this we could feel spring inching along.

20 thoughts on “NORTHERN CARDINAL (TWO PHOTOGRAPHS)

  1. Beautiful photos, I love the snow in the shots.

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  2. Such a lovely representation of coming spring.

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  3. Beautiful shots, Belinda! 🙂 Ours never leave for the winter.

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  4. Lovely shots and wonderful companion on the trails!🙂

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  5. what a treat to see and photograph these beauties!

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  6. Truly stunning photos of the northern cardinal, Belinda. The brilliance of his red against the fresh white snow is striking, and the sparkle of the sun on the snow is exquisite. It’s always a joy to see the northern cardinal….

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  7. Red bird, white snow. Probably couldn’t have asked for better setup. Of course then you had to get the shot right. You did. Very nice.

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  8. The snow makes for a great backdrop! We have a lot of snow here in Utah. I’m ready for signs of spring!

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  9. Gorgeous bird! we have had some snow here too, and some unusual visitors to the garden which has kept my camera busy! Brian

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  10. Oh I wish we had cardinals here out west. They’re so pretty.

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