Monday

Cardinal in the Snow


Remember
This December,
That love weighs more than gold!
~Josephine Dodge Daskam Bacon

19 comments:

Julie G. said...

This is such a stunning image! I'm so taken with the gorgeous vibrant, red plumage of the cardinal. The delicate falling snow really creates quite a beautiful mood. A very peaceful, lovely photograph!

TexWisGirl said...

oh, that poor little bird!!!

Catherine said...

Picture postcard perfect Kerri! Beautiful!
xo Catherine

missing moments said...

Oh my gosh, what a great capture of him ... and the snow on his beak .. priceless!

Lisa RedWillow said...

Gorgeous. He is just gorgeous

Country Girl said...

I will remember. You know I love cardinals, don't you?!

Horst in Edmonton said...

Love it. Can't get over how beautiful this bird is.

the wild magnolia said...

Bless his heart, he's been pecking in the snow, looking for berries.

Regal capture of his beautiful red Christmas self.

Dawn Fine said...

Poor baby...

lifeonthecutoff said...

Look at that frosted beak - what a delightful pose and post.

grammie g said...

Hi Kerri...Heavens he is gorgeous in the snow ...but I kind of feel sorry for him...but he is a bird!!
Very nice
Grace

marit´s,,, said...

Beautiful bird .
Marit.

Ellie said...

Brr it must be very cold because he is right puffed up. He is a beautiful bird - striking red against the white snow. Lovely picture.

Kathy said...

Look at that snow on his beak! He looks so cold. A great shot as usual, Kerri.

The Sweetest Days said...

I wonder if we will see any snow this month. At the moment it's not looking good. Such a handsome fella he is. Cardinals are such hardy birds in the winter snow.

Tammy@Simple Southern Happiness said...

What a wonderful photo, he is supporting a beard, I wonder if he is playing Santa for the flock?

Happyone:-) said...

Love the snow on his beak!!

Kelly said...

....love Big Red!! He's gorgeous...

Barb said...

Amazing! Beautiful capture with all that snow on it's beak!

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