Photography Cardnal Outside My Window Posted on August 13, 2013August 11, 2013 by Thomas Slatin August 2013Sharing Is Caring...FacebookTwitterPinterestLinkedInRedditMorePrintEmailLike this:Like Loading...Post Navigation Previous PostWriting Prompt Number 32 Next PostEverything I Needed To Know About Life, I Learned From My Father 23 thoughts on “Cardnal Outside My Window”It is nice to highlight the color of this bird and also the class, I have never seen one like this, these birds looking from a branch for him must be like his favorite window.Loading...ReplyA little red bird on the tree, savoring its environment. I like the background here. it is so natural and lovely.Loading...ReplyThis is a good looking bird. I am no expert but this is definitely unique. I do not know if this is a real bird or what but love the background. Good shot as always. Is this what a cardinal is? or is it just me that the spelling is funky.Loading...ReplyWhaaoooo, what a beautiful and unique colorful bird. I love the photo for its clear output.Loading...ReplySuch a beautiful subject. I have not seen a cardinal before. This picture gives justice to the subject. They way it was shoot, the color contrast is just perfect.Loading...Replyoh wow, how did you get to take this picture so close. It looks amazing, what a beautiful bird.Loading...ReplyThis is a nice shot taken closely by you. This is a little beautiful bird. I like the red color of the bedLoading...ReplyThe bird looks curious. It seems it’s just resting for a moment then fly away.Loading...ReplyColourful and beautiful. I have never seen this bird in my area, I guess is not found in this part of the worldLoading...ReplyWhat a magnificent red! You can really absorb the cardinal’s features and its surroundings. Beautiful shot!Loading...ReplyAhh! So that’s why they’re called “cardinals”! That bird looks so regal, both in terms of its poise, and the vivid colour of its red feathers.I doubt that Cardinal Richelieu (of “The Three Musketeers”) could hold up a candle to that bird. I mean, this particular cardinal has a certain degree of pride to it, unaffected by human politics.*laughs slightly…*Loading...ReplyThis is beautiful, peaceful and unique. To be sincere, my first time of seeing this bird.Loading...ReplyWhat species of bird is this? I love it!!!Loading...ReplyIf I saw this outside my window I’d get my camera too. Well done Thomas.Loading...ReplyI love how still the bird is. It’s almost as if it was posing for the shot.Loading...ReplyArguably one of the most beautiful birds I have seen. I couldn’t thank you enough for sharing.Loading...ReplyNature never ceases to amaze me. This is just too adorable!Loading...ReplyA perfectly timed shot. You are a pro at this.Loading...ReplyThe bird is all red down to the beak. That’s very unique.Loading...ReplyOh wow, look at those feathers! I am in love with this bird.Loading...ReplySo this is what the Cardnal looks like. I have read about it but never seen one.Loading...ReplyIt is so beautifully perched on that branch. I think you timed this shot perfectly.Loading...ReplyThe photo belongs in a nature magazine. It exudes professionalism.Loading...ReplyLeave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. ΔThis site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.