Hummingbird


Jewelled coryphee with quivering wings like shielding gauze outspread.

Edna Proctor Clarke

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Gardening in Tennessee Zone 6 at an average of 744.65' above sea level.
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10 Responses to Hummingbird

  1. Love this !
    Happy 4th to you & yours
    hugs from Savannah, Cherry

  2. Andree says:

    this is truly gorgeous! You are so lucky. I have five hummingbird feeders out and get maybe 1 bird a week! But someday I will get a photo. I enjoy looking at yours until then.

  3. Interesting. We have only seen male hummers this year.

  4. Patsi says:

    Nice capture !
    We’re not getting a family of hummers this year, just see one or two a few days a week.
    😦

  5. Awesome photo of wonderful subjects! Lantana is one of my favorites, for the looks, bloom time, and attraction to butterflies. I don’t see many hummingbirds, but get excited the rare occasion I do.

  6. Beautiful capture, Donna!

  7. bangchik says:

    Air is their world. They balance so well.

  8. Beautiful! Nothing gets me more excited than seeing a hummingbird in my garden. Unfortunately that doesn’t happen too often. Lucky you.

  9. Absolutely beautiful!

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