Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Finding red in nature for Ruby Tuesday



One of my most favourite red sighting in nature! A male Northern Cardinal, seen in Bird Alley a week ago. I haven't seen him since. Now and then I see a cardinal outside my window but it is nor an usual sighting here! " Oh Happy Day" Isn't this bird's head beautiful!!!! Not a common sighting for me but it is almost a daily event to see in our feeder area recently as the province is experiencing an irruption of these Red-bellied Woodpeckers.. Lucky us I guess. Now I would love to see a male Pine Grosbeak soon! It must be about time for them to arrive in our cranberry tree .

This red ground cover fascinates me. It is covering a gentle slope that is climbing towards the edge of a wooded area.

A post of red in nature wouldn't be complete without a forested view containing red maples. They are so beautiful!

And a view of the red I hope for every spring. I find a Robin an inspiring sighting any time of year whenever I see one!

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7 comments:

DrillerAA09 said...

Great captures. I haven't begun feeding our birds yet, but will probably start right after Thanksgiving. Wonderful set of captures and the red maples are just stunning. Happy RT.

Jan n Jer said...

Gorgeous Reds!

chubskulit said...

So beautiful!

Ruby Tuesday, have a nice day!

ArtMuseDog and Carol said...

Excellent RT photos! ~thanks, namaste, Carol (A Creative Harbor) Happy RT ^_^

jeannette said...

Th red ground cover is indeed amazing!

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

The autumn shot with all those dazzling red maples warms my heart!

DITTY IN RED

Just a pinch of scarlet
To liven up the place;
Just a hint of ruby
Brushed upon your face;
Just a bit of cherry
Dancing round your toes;
Just some sanguine colors—
That’s the way it goes!


© 2011 by Magical Mystical Teacher

Autumn’s rubies here and here

eileeninmd said...

Lovely reds. I always love the woodies. Great photos.