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Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Through My Window...

The birds decorated the trees.

16 comments:

Nora said...

Very nice views you've got, better than mine...

Just Plain Tired said...

The birds definitely provide some color in the trees.

Country Gal said...

Nice photos! It is wonderful to look out your window and see such beauty. Have a great day !

Nezzy said...

I have kinda of lawn island which holds three Crepe Myrtles. I glanced out the other day and they were filled with Cardinals. The little 'trees' looked like they were festively decorated. Do ya think they all would hold their pose while I got a camera???? It was a sight to behold against the backdrop of the pines and snow. Dang...another Kodak moment squashed!!!

Your pics always just blow me away.

God bless you sweetie and be safe out there today. They say ours is comin' down two inches an hour!!!

Ruth @ Hope, Joy and Faith Farm said...

Beautiful pictures, such beautiful birds.

ellen abbott said...

love the birdies.

the canned quilter said...

I love cardinals! They are my favorite birds of all : )

Jules said...

Ahh, our state bird. And you have one great view. :)

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Jules @ Trying To Get Over The Rainbow

~Tonia said...

We have had a lot of entertainment watching the birds out the windows!!
Pretty pictures!

LindaG said...

Great views, Gail. Thanks for sharing with us. Hope your Wednesday is going well. :)

Sue said...

Your right. They really did!

=)

Pat said...

You see a lot of beautiful things through your window! The birds look like ornaments on the tree!

Rob said...

The birds look good and the sky is blue so I reckon it looks a nice day.

DesertHen said...

They add a splash of color to all of the white! So pretty!

Cheryl @ The Farmer's Daughter said...

I just love bird-watching, too. The cardinals are such a lovely spot of color in the winter time.

Ann said...

here in New Zealand, we are more familiar with Melbourne Australia.

So birds do come out in the snow.

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