Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Color of Your Choice

There’s been a lot of red flying around my feeders, not to mention a lot of red on my rose bushes. So we’re going with red. And feathers!

Author: Marilyn Armstrong

Opinionated writer with hopes for a better future for all of us!

18 thoughts on “PICK YOUR COLOR AND I CHOOSE RED! – Marilyn Armstrong”

    1. You probably do — just not necessary in your little piece of Switzerland. I live IN a woods — which improves the number of birds I see and how many live in the area. We have a lot more birds than most people because our woods is what they call “home.”

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    1. Me too. And they are the only birds I can really pick out in the woods — at least in the winter when there are not leaves. The rest of the year, only when they pop up on top of a bush — or this year, hopefully a feeder!


      1. All the “fancy” birds are red or have red patches. Everything else is yellow or yellow/green. Also a bit of dark blue and some light orange or dark yellow. In warmer climates, though, you can see some amazing birds in colors you can’t even describe.


  1. Apart from red flowers, the very occasional red-breasted robin (we had tons in England), and some pale unseasonal tasteless toms I – right now – mostly get dressed in RED when I have a feeling of wintery-downcast-melodrama…. then, the red immediately gives me a spring in my steps, my lips are more joyful when I‘m wearing some red lipstick (sadly rarely only) and when I pour some tomatoes from a tin or cardboard box into my soup, the world is a more beautiful place. I envy you your red cardinals, but today I saw a green woodpecker, that was awesome!


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