May 12, 2016 The New Definition of Red Some birds are so striking that you can’t help but pause and marvel; like this glorious male Cardinal, who should be the new definition of red! At the very least, he should have a Crayola color named in his honor…perhaps Cardinal Crimson? I love it when he flares his crown feathers. 🙂 Share this:FacebookTwitterLike this:Like Loading... Related Published by kathydoremus Amateur nature "photogriter." One who still marvels at majesty. View all posts by kathydoremus
25 thoughts on “The New Definition of Red”
I agree. He should have a crayon named after him! Beautiful.
And right now he is looking his finest as he is doing his best to win a mate.
So stunning – he almost glows! Wonderful photos!
Sometimes, when the sun hits them just right, they do look like they are glowing!
Wow, he is really something, Kathy! Another awesomely close shot. I was up too late drawing bluebirds last night, can’t remember where I saw them?! 💙❤️💙
My goal is to keep you drawing! 🙂
Kathy, you’re an A+++ at this!!! 😎🎨😀👍😍🌻
He is handsome! The red colours are brilliant ❤
He is handsome indeed, and I’m pretty sure he knows it!
Beautiful and yes they should.
I must write to Crayola. 😉
Oh wow! back to my fav birdie! SO handsome he is! Love the contrast Green & Red!
I think you notice the colors much more than I do because of your artistic eye! I tend to look at the bird’s expression; I want the pictures to have personality! 🙂
Your each photograph has unique personality 👍🏼 😊
My main man!
Yep – posted it just for you. 😉 And while we’re corresponding, I have become addicted to “Arrow” while waiting for season four of Elementary to come out on DVD!
Thank you! Arrow, eh? I shall look into that…
What a stunning glow Kathy, beautiful pics:-)
This is the most gorgeous red cardinal I seen!!
Thanks! The light was hitting him just right. Pretty sure I could hear him singing, “I’m sexy and I know it.” 😉
I would love to have a couple these feeding in my back yard.
They are so common here that I have to strive to not take them for granted. Sometimes I just pretend like I am seeing them again for the first time and I am amazed at their beauty.
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