Wednesday, 2 December 2009

Wordless Wednesday


21 comments:

Mel-2nd Chances said...

great pic!

Lisa said...

i love that pic! nice!

Shelley said...

Beautiful and always, thanks for the kind words and thoughts you send my way, they are greatly appreciated.

Aka Alice said...

Awesome!

Marlene said...

Gorgeous!

TNTcoach Ken said...

Wow, the first robin of Spring. Don't U love it?

bikesgonewild said...

...cardinal richelieu, i would presume...

somebody cares said...

HOW YOU BE DURRIN MISS LILY. YOU SHOULD DROP BY SAY HI SOME TIMES ...

MarieA said...

that's some fatness in that bird... he'd better lay off the seed for a bit eh?
Or is he big enough for dinner?

says she who is not a vegeeterrarian.

GeorgiaSnail said...

love the pic! Thanks for stopping in over at the blog!

Wes said...

shouldn't he be headed my way? :-)

bikesgonewild said...

...might be "wordless wednesday" & somebody might not be talking but i'll bet she's chuckling...

...just sayin'...

Wendy said...

The Boarder would like me to point out he enjoys watching pretty red birds at every opportunity! ;-)

Anne said...

That is one fat cardinal. It's lucky nobody mistook if for a chicken or turkey.

Judi said...

weird! we had 4 of them in our backyard today!

Alexandra said...

Pleasingly Plump! What a big bird!

teacherwoman said...

birds freak me out!

Anonymous said...

Beautiful!

Happy Wordless Wednesday.

love and hugs,
~ b

Carolina John said...

boy if the cardinals are back, they must be looking for food! such a pretty shot.

Lily on the Road said...

Thanks everybody, that was a photo I took on a really cold wintery day in 2007, he was hunkered down trying to stay warm....

as for Cardinal Richelieu, I don't think my little cardinal is that ruthless!! LOL

bikesgonewild said...

...hey...re: "my little cardinal"...
...hungry bird X wintertime = could be ruthless...

...& ya...we used to leave out birdseed n' suet for the cardinals n' chickadees in the winter...

...prob'ly not politically (audubon-ally ???) correct these days..."why, these creatures need to fend for themselves so they don't become dependent upon mankind, bgw"...