Nice shot!Greetings dear.
You caught him in motion, that's for sure! I love watching birds at feeders. Diannawww.thesedaysofmine.com
Love the pic! Get ready for some more interesting weather...
I enlarged it to see it better. That is a great shot. You can see the little guys wings just right.
Me too I like is in flight you can see the movement of the wings. Very nice.Greetings Leovi
You caught him in flight! Nice shot!!
Hello Texwisgirl, thanks for coming by my blog yesterday. We lived SE of Dallas for three years and loved it there. I'm giving you a follow because your blog looks fabulous!
I love shots like this. He was a hungry little thing.
Hey -- if you like it, then it's a good one. Sometimes, photographs just speak to you. I like this one. :)
Wow amazing you got him in flight. We must have some of those because the word you used to describe him is his call, I hear it in the tree outside my window all of the time.
Hi Texwisgirl, Wow, If I miss a few days looking at your blog, I miss a lot! My goodness, you have been busy! All interesting as well. Just now learning about your drawing skills. Very nice! Sure like today's picture. Do hummingbirds stay in your area all year?
Hi John - sorry, I can sometimes be a prolific poster... :) No, our hummers leave us in October and come back sometime Marchish. With the freezes we do get here, they wouldn't make it.
Yer gittin' good with that camera.
Tee, that's a great shot. Don't youjust love watching all the birds now. We have a whold covey of doves I think, waiting at the door to the patio for Enno to feed them in the morning. Looking for snow in the a.m. so we will need lots of bird food. xo Jenny
Caught right there in mid-air. Pretty cool! :-)
Zoom Zoom! That's a great catch. Love your pictures, and the way that you enjoy your world.
Very nice picture of the birds, I also have food out for birds.
Is that your newest camera? These past few days of pics seem to be extra sharp with really good color and saturation. Nice.
What a great action shot!
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