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Albuquerque, NM, United States
These beautiful little goldfinches are so common, yet so beautiful. This is a picture of a male sitting among pink flowers.
Week 6: Boring is Beautiful
What a proud bird with puffed out chest. Lovely color balance between the yellow and the blossoms.
What a nice picture of a male Lesser Goldfinch.
Wow, that’s a really beautifully composed photograph. Well done!
Wonderful composition and color combination. The finch looks as though someone we cannot see has just “called” him and he turns his head to answer.
Stunning photo! Beautifully artistic with gorgeous color.
Gorgeous! Your eye for beauty shows well in this photo.
Really cool photo!!
Taking after Grandad I believe; he, too, takes wonderful photos.
Bright beautiful pink flowers and a yellow Goldfinch. Is it in the morning?
The contrast is very nice and impressive. I want to sleep resting on his puffed
How wonderful! My goldfinches have put on their winter coats already. I have to wait until next spring to see them looking yellow bright again.
Wish he’d visit my yard!
It makes you think spring is just around the corner! nice photo with pretty colors.
I so love this photo! I have these at my feeder, but here in NE they lose their bright yellow color in the winter.
Great capture of a pretty bird!
Just gorgeous! I love the pink and bright yellow. Makes me wish for spring. Very professionally done shot!
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