More To Come.......
You get the most amazing little visitors in your yard, Naomi, and yes, being able to capture them on camera is a bonus. I couldn't have imagined what it would feel like to observe a hummingbird at close range...but now I know. His colors are beautiful, and what a wingspan shot! Just beautiful.
Thanks for sharing this incredible moment in pictures. I can't wait to see the other ones.
Naomi, those are just unbelievable photos!! Good work!
Nicely done on the photos. I become more impressed regularly with your artistic eye, especially at the macro level.
all i can say is "awesome!"
Hummers are so hard to catch, but like you said, for those who wait they are rewarded!! You captured some beautiful shots my friend!!
This series of photos is like pastel poetry.
Not only is the bird magical but the flower and the light, the angle.
Thanks for visiting my place, dear. Your comment is probably going to lead to a longer entry at my place, provided I find time to come up for air.
Great pictures!! Man I wish I could see Hummingbirds around here and second, actually catch them on film.
Your blog always makes me feel the urge to move to sunny CA.
Great piccies of your little visitor. Over the last few days I have noticed a little Red Robin in our corner of the world. (They usually don't live up here so I wonder if he's lost or on holiday??) We don't have Hummingbirds but gorgeous tiny 'Sun birds' instead - I think they must be related to the hummingbird because they look very much alike...
I always love these hummingbirds. I "stole" your top picture and am having fun doing different artsy things with it in Photoshop. I think I have about 4 versions so far.
thank you for spreading the story :)
you must tire of me telling you how great your photo's are!.. i just love the tiny hummingbirds! They always were such a precious part of my living in Ca, and I miss them.
Great action shots!
I have a hummingbird that visits but I can never get his picture!
Great job! I will go and visit that website also. I am very interested in the Suffragette Movement!
You set the standard. Your photos of the natural life existing in the city are calming.
There are so many hummers and butterflies in my garden- but my little point and shoot doesn't do them justice.
Oh my gosh! What a fantastic capture. Just beautiful!
Randall is right; you have got an artistic eye so each photo becomes a work of art and would grace any gallery wall.
What super pictures of a tiny humming bird. I have seen them in my back yard too, but they are so tiny I often mistake them for a large bumble bee!
Not only do hummingbirds move very quickly, but they poop three or four times per minute! Guess they have super fast metabolism! :)
Lovely pictures. It's amazing how those beauties can make your day. :)
Hummingbirds amaze me! It just looks like they shouldn't be in the air but there they are.
Beautiful - I particularly like the picture where you can see through the wings.
Fabulous photos of the lil' beauty!! You are so gifted, Naomi!
I enjoyed all the pics, but that first one is a STUNNER!!
Love that hummer!!!
Such a beautiful little bird! It must have been wonderful watching him feed like that. I particulalrly love the first shot but they are all marvellous! You have such great little visitors to your garden :)
What a wonderful photos, Naomi! You did a good job here. Really hummingbirds are your good friends indeed!
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