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Thank you so much Sue!
Extremely fortunate! I’ve just observed it once before…I’m astounded at how no place for her body there is, and how uncovered she is!
Thank you so much for the comment!
I too am amazed she’s so exposed! She built her nest in a rather exposed place too.
you will be famous for your birds one day!! You capture them brilliantly!
Thank you so much Cybele! You’re very kind. I have no delusions. I’ll only be famous with family and friends. 🙂
I’m so you glad you like the Hummingbird!
who knows!! But I do love those captures!
Lovely little hummer…
Thank you so much Cheryl! It was adorable.
Wow!! I have seen hummingbirds around here, but never a nest. So amazing that you were able to see that. 🙂
It was pretty amazing and special. I’ve only seen a Hummer in her nest once before this.
!!!!!! Wordless Wonder.
🙂 I’m so glad you like the images Melissa! It was a really neat and special sighting.
Yes, and you had the presence of mind to capture it so beautifully 🙂
Oh Melissa, this morning I went back and she had two chicks!!! Their eyes are open now, and the Mother feed them several times while I was there. IT WAS AMAZING!!!
I’m uploading the images as I type this. OH I HOPE JUST ONE COMES OUT GOOD! 🙂
Thank you so much for the support and comment! xx
OH wow, that is so exciting! Fingers crossed~ I can’t wait to see them! 🙂
I liked the female hummingbird actually nesting. I think you give us a beautiful “slice of life” when you feature nature. Thank you sincerely. xo
Thank you so much Robin for this lovely comment! You made my day!!! xx
The fact she got out of her nest to have some sustenance, by sipping from a flower, made me smile! This made me think of human routines, leading me to give this nesting Anna’s hummingbird a personality. 🙂 She’s a sweetheart of a catch, Deborah.
I love how you caught the hummingbird’s wings in the first picture. They are so fascinating to watch.
Thank you so much Antonia! They are fascinating aren’t they.
Envy fills me up! Thanks for sharing these precious moments.
Thank you so much for the visit and lovely comment!
Sweet captures, Deborah, she appears to be so happy!
Thank you so much Donna! I thought she was happy too. 🙂
These are beautiful and so special. I don’t think I ever seen a hummingbird being still. Great shots, Deborah!
Thank you so much Dan! They aren’t still for long when they’re perched. 🙂
How cute. Great shots.
Thank you so much John!
Thank you so much Marian!
Magical! Beautifully captured. ❤
Thank you so much Myriam!
How lucky to catch a hummingbird nesting. She’s really folded herself up to wedge herself in that tiny nest!!
Very lucky! I’ve only seen it once before.
I’m amazed at how little room for her body there is, and how exposed she is!
I’ve seen those tiny little nests and wondered what could possibly use such a little space. Now I know!!
Wowsa! Kudos to you, Deborah.
Thank you so much Janet!
You should ask WordPress for a Love button because most of your photos go way beyond Like. 🙂
Oh what a sweet and kind thing to say! You made my afternoon! xx Thank you!
Deborah these are fantastic images! Thank you for sharing.
Thank you so much Susan! I’m so glad you like the images.
🙂 Thank you!
Wonderful post! I am looking forward to the return of our little friends. Last year we had, Black-chinned, Rufous and Broad-tails.
Thank you so much Denise! Oh a Broad-tail!!! I’ve never seen one of those.
I hope they come back and you are able to photograph them, and share! I’d love to see them through your images.
I’m not much of a bird photographer but maybe I’ll give it a try.
I hope so! 🙂
so so beautiful that no words are necessary!
🙂 Thank you so much Jodi!
These are highly impressive, Deborah. Well done 🙂
Thank you very much Phil!
Wow. How clever of you to find the nest! Great shots.
Thank you Bunty! I can’t take any credit for finding the nest. My friend birded here a week before and found her, and he shared with me.
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