Wednesday, June 23, 2021

Hummingbird at Feeder #WordlessWednesday

 It's so hard to capture a hummingbird's picture with an iPhone SE first edition, but when I saw "our" hummer feeding on our backyard fuschia basket, I aimed the phone in advance, hoping the hummer would also sip at our feeder.

She did.

I finally got a good picture of her!  I didn't want to crop the pictures any more than this, so I hope you can see her clearly in the upper part of the photo, just right of center.  These pictures won't win me any awards, but I was so happy at how they came out.

I love how she feeds.  Takes sips, rises up, comes back down, takes more sips.  Right after this photo was taken, she headed for one more flower (not in picture) and then zipped out of our yard.

Joining Sandee of Comedy Plus for #WordlessWednesday.


  1. Good shots! And the feeder look so special!
    Happy WW!

  2. We have six hummingbird feeders on our patio. I too love to watch them. Getting a shot of them isn't easy, but you did a great job. Beautiful.

    Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday. ♥

  3. The photos are fantastic, especially enlarged. Great captures!

  4. what lovely photos! Great shots!

  5. ...they are a sight to see.

  6. Those are nice photos! Better than hummingbirds usually allow! I like that window feeder.

  7. Haven't seen a feed like that before.
    Coffee is on and stay safe

  8. A superb snapshot! You caught the little hummingbird very well!

  9. That's a great picture of the cute little birdie, Alana. I like to watch and speak to them too...but then I get interrupted by Granny...MOL..Pawkisses for a Happy Day😸🐾😽💞

  10. Wonderful photos of the hummingbird ~ Xo

    Living in the moment,

    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

  11. Cool! We have some bee balm right outside the porch window so we have seen a hummingbird up close a couple of times.

  12. These are fabulous, Alana! I love hummingbirds!


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