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Summer is the season where my Cardinals are not their usual stunning selves! The phrase “Bald is beautiful!” definitely does not apply to them! During this time of molting, some of them look like they are trying to use the … Continue reading
Wishing you a joyous Christmas celebrating the greatest gift ever given, and a 2018 that is filled with the sweetest of blessings! “For God so loved the world that He gave His only Son that whoever believes in Him shall … Continue reading
What does any (in)sane person do when the temperature drops 30 degrees and a misty drizzle is dripping from the skies? Why fill the feeders and head out with the camera, of course! Now, I should clarify that this wasn’t what … Continue reading
The Northern Cardinal is a common bird where I live, so common that it is easy to forget how beautiful they are. Just look at this fellow – I sometimes wonder what my reaction would be if I was seeing … Continue reading
This sweet Cardinal was perched among the Rhododendron blossoms. I’d say these are definitely “Birds and Blooms” photos!
As I sit here sorting through some of my pictures, it seems several birds made a stop to wet their feathers in the backyard waterfall over the weekend. This Robin showed up and splashed about… …as did this female Towhee. … Continue reading