Wednesday, March 30, 2011

In The Yard

I looked out my window today and this is what I saw.  He's a cutie!

13 comments:

  1. This is a Great pic! You have a good eye.

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  2. Is that a cardinal? We don't have those on the West coast!

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  3. I saw a cardinal when I was in the USA for a vacation a few years ago. We don't have them in germany so I was very excited about it. And my Dad was kind of jealous because he loves birds.

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  4. What a wonderful view to have from your window!! Kisses buddy!

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  5. Oh awesome! I wish I could see thing like that... my windows in my apt directly face another apartment building... no fun :(

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  6. Nice. This has inspired me to take a picture of some of the birds in my garden, so keep your eyes peeled.

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  7. Ahhhhh. I love birdies. I always throw bread out to them so I can watch them fly onto our deck. Then, Mr. A yells at me for wasting food and for bringing rabid animals near our house. He is convinced he can catch rabies through a glass door. I don't understand.

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  8. Holy CRAP. That's so freak'n cool. It's looking right at you. Absolutely gorgeous.

    Thanks for your very sweet comment on my blog. As always, you make me smile.

    xo,
    Tracy

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  9. I like to see that you admire nature - not everyone takes the time to look around. How lovely that you can get this beauty in your own backyard.
    I USE to get HUGE parrots visit, not anymore. I get a few lovely loud parakeets and two weeks ago I got a humming bird ! Can you believe it ?
    A humming bird in a 17th floor...

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  10. I love hummingbirds, Lorena. It's amazing how fast their wings move.

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  11. I absolutely love this post! My Grandma Cobe, who lived with me my whole life until she passed away and was like a second mother to me, is symbolized to me and my family by cardinals. She loved birds; and cardinals were her favorite. Whenever one of us spots one, we always say that Grandma Cobe is smiling on us.

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