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kmkat

I had to google xenophilia (I thought it was maybe the genus/species of hummer). Learn something new every day!

Carole

Terrific shot! It takes patience to get good photos of these little buggers but you succeeded!

Abby

I am impressed!

Marcia

Great X, great shot!

Ruth

That is a stunning picture.

Teyani

what an amazing shot.
I hope the poor little hummer flies south fast (or finds somewhere really warm (like a greenhouse with plenty of flowers) to winter over.
great X

maryse

that is a fantastic capture! nicely done.

margene

I knew you'd have a good X. She's a beauty.

Anne

THAT shot is a keeper - Yowsa!

Donna

What a beautiful picture you took! I love hummingbirds. I look forward to their return next year...

claudia

Good job. In-focus wings and everything.

elizabeth

Ah, I need to remember that rapid shoot mode! That is a fantastic picture!

Melissa G

Is that a variety of sage she's feeding on? We just put a feeder up last season and it amazed me how much noise those hummers make.

Lynn

You should go to Ecuador and look at the hummers there. Or Peru, along with a stop at Nilda's Textile Center.

Lorette

Lovely photo! And I love that feature on my camera. I keep forgetting that it's there.

Kim

Looks like one of our native PA hummers. Appears to be about the same size and coloring. We had one dive bomb my step son on the deck this summer in it's rush to get to the hummingbird mint (Agastache) on the otherside of the pool. Lovely pic.

gayle

Beautiful shot!
I love the little beauties. We keep a feeder on our deck for them - it's such fun to sit out and watch them flit.

Chris

Oh! Good job! Pat on the back to you, m'dear.

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