Lucky you!This (the photos) is gorgeous!I want to see a hummingbird one day too in the wild.I love them!
fabulous shots, how lucky to have caught him browsing
I just love Hummers...they visit our feeder quite often...it is such a thrill to watch them. Not sure what kind your visitor is...we mostly have the Ruby Throated Hummers.
Terrific series of photos with remarkable detail. I wish I could attract them, let along photograph them.
Beautiful shots Lisa! I love hummingbirds.
That is so cool! Awesome capture!
Great captures! :)
I truly love to see them never tire sandy
We mostly have Ruby-throated Hummingbirds around here. They love my butterfly bush. I got a hummingbird book for my birthday, but haven't been able to use it much. I dug it out and think this might be a female Costa's, but I'm certainly no expert. Great shots!
What spectacular photos! Just gorgeous.
Wow what an amazing series of shots of the incredibly cute bird.
Super shots. I love the stop-action. I can't do that, my camera is too slow. Sigh.Thanks for sharing them with us.Kay, Alberta
I commend you for getting those shots! You really captured great features. :)
I can never get enough of hummingbirds and don't see them that much. These photos are amazing and how special that you were able to capture them.
Stunning capture. The lighting is perfect. Way to go.
Amazing sequence of shots.
Amazing shots. Our hummingbirds are gone for the year and my mom person is bummed about it!Nubbin wiggles,Oskar
great to se hummingbirds like that and even better having them in the garden! Lucky you
How sweet these little birds are. I envy you for these amazing shots.
What great shots of the hummingbird, Lisa!
Awesome captures of the hummingbird. They are amazing birds to watch.
Gorgeous!Hope you can visit my camera critter post too. Have a safe weekend!
Wonderful shots!!I never been able to capture a hummingbird with my camera. :-(
Great shots! We get hummers here, but I haven't gotten any photos I like yet. You got a lot of good ones!
Wonderful!!! Keep putting your feeders up .. they tend to return to where they found food. We get them every year and I enjoy them so much. They are hard to catch on film though ... you did awesome!
What food did you give? Looks like a "yellow flower". :)
Great photos :) Was this just recently? My parents have hummingbirds by them, but they said the hummingbirds left for the south for the winter in the middle of last month.
I love it. I hope to see some of these in January when I will go to Costa Rica. :)
They really are gorgeous, aren't they? And, once again, our minds are running on the same tracks, since I just posted about hummingbirds too!
Hummingbirds are one of the most fascinating birds (and one of the most difficult to capture)...these are all just awesome...I'm in awe!
OUTSTANDING captures! They aren't even blurry! You are such an amazing photographer!
Well done! Aren't they exciting? Although I must mention that it's not supposed to be good for them to include red food coloring in their food. The red feeder will attract them just fine. Regular sugar in a ratio of 1 part sugar to 4 parts water is perfect for them (boil briefly and let cool). Congratulations on being right there and ready with that feeder, and your camera!
Wow! Very impressive! I've been trying all season to capture the hummingbird that was visiting my flowers on the deck, it looks like next year I need to hang a feeder!
What wonderful shots. It's hard to catch those guys so clearly. I'm impressed.
Wow, your stop action is amazing. Especially considering how fast those wings are moving! Great photos!!!
simply wonderful :)