Bright eyed Cardinal (winter birds ). Photo by Dannykillsbugs

Bright eyed Cardinal

Uploaded by: Dannykillsbugs

Friday February 11, 2011

Russellville, KY (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: I would have liked for this male Cardinal to have been in a better position when I took this shot but I loved the way the light caught his eyes.

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February 11, 2011 Photo Series

About Dannykillsbugs

Dannykillsbugs

I own a small pest control company which is how my make my living. I am enjoying the learning the art of photography and appreciate all comments critical or other wise.

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