Fantastic pictures, Debbie! She is a real beauty.
LOVE the 3rd picture because of her beak all the way thru, but also because of her tiny, tiny feet. :)
I am amazed that you got these. They are hard to catch a shot of, my camera will just have blurs. :)
pretty little lady :)Interesting fact...I would have guessed much more.
Hummers are such amazing little creatures! You got some great photos.Danielle
Congratulations, Debbie. Hummers are difficult to capture. :)
You did good!! Great pictures...
Worth chasing for sure. Great shot. B
We have a male & a female ruby-throated. Female likes to perch while she sips from the feeder; male never perches. Love these precious little birds! Thanks for your photos.
Great photos! Those little hummers are very tricky to capture.
Amazing photos!!! She is beautiful! I love her tiny little feet!
Gorgeous photos - I love their long beaks, makes for such graceful lines to their bodies :D)What a treat to watch these darling little birds.
What a gorgeous little hummer! How fortunate you are to have her visit you ... and get her portrait taken!
Oh wow Debbie! As a hummingbird chaser, I know how difficult it can be to photograph these little beauties! Job well done...and thanks for sharing!
I love hummingbirds! My mother in law has feeders on her deck, and love watching them (and hearing them!) when we're in Oregon! Great patience to get some great shots!
You were able to capture some fine closeups of this beautiful bird. I find it amazing that they can migrate over such long distances with their high-energy flying method... helicopter like. Nice post, Debbie!
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