Beautiful poseWhere do to go to for winter?
Dot, is that bird real? It's a fantastic picture....you are really a professional.......my twin granddaughter, 16, does photography and has won several awards....Betty
What a beautiful sheen. I'm really enjoying your photos Dot :o)Rx
I posted one all fluffed-out on my birds blog this morning. They are really special to us. We love to listen to them chirping. The early morning chorus of chirps we heard here all summer has disappeared and there is, we think, only one left here now. The others have headed south to warmer climes and more flowers.Your photo is excellent.
I love hummingbirds and have enjoyed watching them in my feeders all summer long but they have now left so I'll miss them. Your picture is so clear, you can actually see each little feather:-) Beautiful! xox
That is a beautiful photo. Hummingbirds are interesting. I get tickled how fast they are to be so little. I am sure you will miss your hummingbirds this winter. As you know in a blink spring will be here again. Do they really go to South America in the winter? Wouldn't it be neat to be able to tag them saying where the bird had been?
i've never seen a humming bird in real life only in documentary's and photos like this one. X-LEnT ;]
Lovely! How did you get the background to look like that? I love the outdoors so these nature shots are a treat!
Oh dot! Another belter of a piccie!Well done that woman in georgia!
Beautiful!!I missed them this year...sigh!I have a big backyard but they just were not around this neighborhood!Have a great day!:)
Not only did he let you get a great photo, he was kind enough to land on a color-coordinated perch!Thanks so much for visiting my blog. Did you ever get to see the photo of Powells?
Like Abraham said.....excellent.
Ours have been so busy~ but then they always are at the end of September.One morning they will just be gone.
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