BELINDA GROVER PHOTOGRAPHY

STOPS ALONG THE WAY

NORTHERN CARDINAL

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Cardinals rarely look placid particularly when their heads are on a tilt fixing you with a stare. This and their colouring make them great subjects. We see them in our woods all year round. On a cold snowy day seeing this red flash in the trees is always a bright spot.

30 thoughts on “NORTHERN CARDINAL

  1. Cardinals always make me think of my mom, as they were her favorite bird. 🙂

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  2. Very beautiful, the color of the cardinal so well contrasting with the greyish background, it lets the bird shine.

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  3. Love this shot – so expressive and perfect catchlight.

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  4. Beautiful picture and beautiful portrait! A 🙂

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  5. Id describe as a dapper pose. Very nice.

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  6. I wish we had cardinals out our way. They’re so bright and unique looking. I would love to try photographing them. You’ve done a fine job of it!

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  7. He’s a beauty, Belinda! I love that highlight in its eye. Nicely spotted and photographed!

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  8. Very Colorful Belinda! Nice splash of color for this time of year. Also love the pose of the Cardinal!

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  9. Great capture with his head cocked, Belinda!

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  10. Top Christmas-time bird (after the Painted Bunting, maybe?) VG 2019 to you. RH

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  11. Such a ridiculously bright coloured bird, obviously not worried about camouflage! Nice shot Belinda.

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  12. this bird is beautiful, it wears a beautiful color and seems curious, even interested in the photographer

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