Natural Redhead

Male House Finch

kk texture used – happyheart

Linking to Texture Tuesday
and World Bird Wednesday

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53 Comments on “Natural Redhead”

  1. Gail says:

    He sure is pretty!

  2. minor says:

    Very beautiful shot! This bird is very pretty.

  3. Dave says:

    another lovely texture

  4. This bird is gorgeous!! I love that we can capture this beauty for all time with just the click of a shutter. Beautiful!

  5. TexWisGirl says:

    a real beauty!

  6. geanina says:

    beautiful!
    this bird is so sweet….:)

  7. Synke says:

    Very beautiful shot! i like this! wonderful photo!
    amazing – what beautiful birds, but it is!

    hugs Synke 😉

  8. indrani says:

    So pretty!
    Excellent capture.

  9. Kim Stevens says:

    I love cardinals, and clever play on words!

  10. Kim Peterson says:

    very cool capture! i was once a natural redhead too haha but now have to help nature a little…

  11. Boom & Gary says:

    Great close Up!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

  12. Rajesh says:

    Very lovely bird.

  13. HansHB says:

    A great post for WBW, – so great to see!

  14. ormbunke says:

    Kul att se andra sorters fåglar. Snyggt fotograferat. Ha de gott.

  15. Eileen says:

    Pat, lovely shot of the House Finch! Hope you are having a great day and thanks for sharing.

  16. Andrew says:

    A lovely image of a beautiful bird..

  17. Deborah says:

    such a beauty!
    saw a male house finch outside my office window, by the time I got my camera, he was gone,
    … never to return …

  18. Leovi says:

    Awesome, I love your bright, beautiful bird.

  19. he does have a nice head. 🙂

  20. Mick says:

    Beautiful little Redhead!

  21. Jeanne Stone says:

    you did a great job catching that lovely bird. Looks as if you were right there!

  22. Kia and Zeno says:

    A lovely image of a beautiful bird. 🙂

  23. Lisa Gordon says:

    He is gorgeous Pat, and this image is beautiful.

  24. Carole M. says:

    a beautiful bird to see …

  25. I think this is one of those house finches…that have such a lovely little song. They are sweeties…lovely, Pat.

  26. She is a beautiful red head!

  27. Another great shot, Pat! Do we get to see some hummingbirds this year?

  28. Nancy says:

    Beautiful little birds. Love seeing them at the feeder. 🙂

  29. Beautiful use of texture and wonderful closeup of this feathered friend!

  30. Beautiful job! The photo is very pretty!

  31. JillB says:

    Great title! Such a beautiful bird. Great texture, too.

  32. Hanne Bente says:

    Beautiful picture you show.

  33. Irene says:

    Great shot …. nice texture!

  34. pam says:

    Gorgeous picture of Mr. House Finch!! Thank you for visiting my blog!

  35. Beautiful!!!! And such a fitting blog post title too.

    Wood Stork

  36. Becs says:

    Lovely capture, beautifully done.

  37. Rosie Grey says:

    How beautiful and such great texture processing!

  38. Great title for this photo!

  39. Liz says:

    Gorgeous shot of a sweet little bird!

  40. Sherri B. says:

    What a lovely capture! And your post title is so clever. 🙂

  41. Sylvia says:

    What a lovely bird, Pat !
    Wonderful photo, beautifully textured !
    Have a nice day,
    Sylvia

  42. Leora says:

    Great up close view of a beautiful finch.

  43. kenschneider says:

    Nice portrait of a very colorful bird!

  44. Jim says:

    Isn’t that what they all say?! lol
    He is a beauty!

  45. Larry Jordan says:

    Excellent pose of this handsome House Finch Pat!

  46. Such a handsome bird. Well captured.

  47. ZielonaMila says:

    Beautiful bird about fantastic colours. I am greeting

  48. artmusedog says:

    Fantastic photography ~ thanks, ^_^ (A Creative Harbor)

  49. What a super picture you got of that bumble bee..

  50. Fergiemoto says:

    Beautiful! I love the red color on these finches!

  51. DebC says:

    All the finches I see are yellow.
    He is certainly a “natural redhead”.
    Is this a young male?
    Does the coloration change as the bird matures?


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