Handheld hummer in the garden and a quail

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I know I'm getting boring - only posting Hummers but I like these ones, Shot handheld with a 300mm AF-S II...

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Time for a rest...
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And a quail who sat on a power line for several hours calling and calling for you know who...

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I have photographed birds for years and never have I devoted any attention to Hummers. Your images will serve as a reminder as to why I should go after these little beauties this year. Great captures!

I will have plenty of opportunities late this summer hopefully.
 
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Thank you!
Incredible shots. Nice job.
:smile:
Boring NO !!

Nice YES !!
Thank you Gale didn't know you liked Pink
All wonderful images
I especially like the pink flower backgrounds.
So pretty
Thank you Anthony
Wow these are great!

Anthony
Thank you Paul!
Spectacular series Andréas!... very well done.
Well thank you, that is inspiring to me. Set up some feeders right away, Cheapest possible, Mix a 4:1 Water/Sugar mixture and change it every 4 days or so (it ferments if it is to old.) The older birds will leave form where I live in July and head sotht the fledgelings wait until August or so, I would suggest reaidng Keith's Sticky on the Humming bird shooting subject....
I have photographed birds for years and never have I devoted any attention to Hummers. Your images will serve as a reminder as to why I should go after these little beauties this year. Great captures!

I will have plenty of opportunities late this summer hopefully.
 
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