hummer feeding on his go go juice
Guest - May 14, 2006 11:51 PM EDT
thanks carol.he is the only one i have around glad to get a pic of him..fella
Guest - May 14, 2006 06:52 AM EDT
Beautiful photo of the Hummer!!!
Guest - May 14, 2006 02:26 AM EDT
that's a good way to capture the shots, Fella, - our front feeder is too high up, (under eaves) and if I turn while at the open window, towards the feeder as he flies up - "that's it", he's gone. The female isn't as timid, so have captured a few shots of her earlier. Now that I've found the burst mode, am looking forward to devising a way to capture some shots of the wily male rufous hummer : )
Guest - May 14, 2006 12:25 AM EDT
hi sparkle thanks for the comment ..hi alandra ..no he didnt stay long ..i put out some fresh nectar and watch him so i set up the tripod hooked up the remote and a chair and waited and waited than he showed up and just held down on the trigger snap as many as i could in burst mode ..and got a few good ones ..fella
Guest - May 13, 2006 11:46 PM EDT
oh, your male Rufous stays long enough for you to get a shot of him, not like "ours". As soon as ours sees me with the camera, he veers away!
Guest - May 13, 2006 10:56 PM EDT
I love the color of this little fella. He doesnt even look like he's flatting his wings. Excellent shot.
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