I just moved one of my feeders to the front yard in front of my
office window..for some reason..they love it there . I still have
one on the deck too. These pics were taken through the window.
You just HAVE to click on the photo to see the detail, it's amazing ..their feathers
look like colored metals in the details.
GIFT AWAY WINNER POSTED BELOW
I have a hummingbird feeder and I love to watch them, they are so small and dainty. I love the pictures, especially the one where it looks like she's looking back at and say "Hi Ma, came home to eat" and you know what I else I love? the picture of you with hair!!! O MY GOODNESS, God is SO GOOD TO HIS CHILDREN! you look fabulous dalling.... and I love you!ReplyDelete
HUGS TO YOU ALWAYS~
Amazing pics, I clicked to see them up close, it has to make you smile when you see them, I have not tried to put out a hummingbird feeder since being in Florida but I might have to try it....thanks for sharing..ReplyDelete
I love hummingbirds Deena, they're my favorte bird. I put the feeders out this year and for the first time since I can remember, we haven't had a one. Very disappointing, I can sit and watch them for hours.ReplyDelete
Those pictures are amazing ...ReplyDelete
wow....the colors are beautiful, deena....i love that you love all God's creatures so intensely.....i sometimes wish i lived in a place that we had a little more access to trees and abundant wood life...but then i think there is so much i can appreciate right where i am....i just need to be aware of it and do it!!!! thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
these are amazing photos, dear one...ReplyDelete
Those hummingbirds are amazing. They fly so fast and they are so cute. I wish we had more of them here. Your photos are great!ReplyDelete
Hi Sweet Deena! I cannot believe you got some awesome pics of those sweet little angel hummingbirds!! And you are so right, it DOES look like they have metallic wings!! Hope you are feeling well!!ReplyDelete
Love & Hugs,
Thank you for sharing such wonderful pictures of your hummers....I spotted one today at the flowers I havent gotten to plant yet and then he flitted over to the feeder ...So glad that they are back here this year. I am off to Lowes in the morning to see if I can find a feeder like yours. Love ya , RobinReplyDelete
Beautiful photos! This reminds me that last year I promised myself to get a bird feeder and bird bath this year. I nearly forgot...ReplyDelete
Thanks, sweet lady!
FIRST LET ME SAY CONGRATULATIONS TO THE WINNER OF YOUR GIVEAWAY!!ReplyDelete
THEN LET ME SAY THAT THESE ARE SOME OF THE BEST PHOTOS I HAVE SEEN UP CLOSE....I LOVE HOW YOU CAPTURED THEM IN FLIGHT.... THE TRANSPARENCY OF THEIR WINGS AS THEY FLIT AROUND .... THE METALLIC COLORS OF THE BIRDS ARE GORGEOUS...
I COLLECT CERAMIC HUMMERS AND ALL THINGS HUMMER .... SO YOU CAN IMAGINE MY PASSION FOR THESE LITTLE BABIES... WITH SEVERAL FEEDERS I LOVE TO WATCH THEM AS THEY COME TO DRINK... BLESS THEIR LITTLE HEARTS...
THANKS FOR SHARING SOMETHING THAT IS SO SPECIAL TO YOU... I AM SO GLAD YOU ARE ABLE TO ENJOY THEIR BEAUTY...
LOTS OF HUGS
Deena, You are so beautiful in that picture from May 30th!!! I'm so happy you are able to work in your garden. These humming birds are so precious. I love them too. KathiReplyDelete
Wonderful photos. Lucky you to capture those special moments.ReplyDelete
Those are wonderful pictures. Isn't God great to give us such lovely creatures to enjoy?ReplyDelete
Smiles to you - and hugs too.
I love the "hummers"--they are my favorite birds! Love your photos . . .ReplyDelete
Your photos of the hummers are exquisite...just wonderful.
Enjoy your Singing Woods, my friend.
Have not left a comment for awhile so I thought I would leave one today and tell you how pretty you are (inside and Out) Hummer are amazing, I can spend lots of restful moments watching them. I think it would be fun to be one for just a few moments so we could see their perpective. Peace
Great photos Deena! It's amazing how you're able to catch them...they move so fast! I haven't seen any here yet but Hubby said he did...they're probably wondering where my feeder is....ReplyDelete
Hope you are feeling well,
Your photos are amazing and I love the picture of the little "ostrich" looking at you..lol! I just loved it.
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Take care, Dennis
Well, I clicked back and here I am. Who knows what happened. Love the hummers. I have only seen a few---I think the Mocking birds have scared them off. Our sale was great, but will have to have another---that's how much mom had. Miss you and think of you daily and you are always in my prayers. Love and hugs, PatReplyDelete
Those are some really good hummer pics.ReplyDelete
What wonderful hummingbird pictures! I especially like the one of the little "ostrich." :-)ReplyDelete
Thanks so much for visiting my blog. It's so good to hear from a fellow toad lover! I've enjoyed my visit to your blog. I was saddened, but inspired as I read of your struggle with breast cancer. I admire your strength and courage. God bless you and your family, Deena.