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Old 10-04-2013   #11
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How I wish we had these gorgeous little birds!
It is a lovely set Ed, I enjoyed it very much.
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Thank you, Lyn! I'm surprised you don't have hummingbirds in Australia, or maybe it's the Ruby-throated variety you're missing. One thing for sure, you are blessed with a very wide variety of striking birds and animals in the land down under. Thanks for stopping by to view and comment!

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Excellent series Ed and good timing on #3
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Excellent series Ed and good timing on #3
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Great catch on that last one Ed, I have not had one stop by the feeder this year.
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Great catch on that last one Ed, I have not had one stop by the feeder this year.
Thanks, Steve! It has been an odd year. As I mentioned before, not many Hummers this year. Could be the rains we had all summer provided them with plenty of natural food, so the feeders are less appealing.?.?
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Hummingbirds are a very difficult subject, but your pictures are exceptionally good.
I can't say I like one more than the other because each one is so unique, and as you know, they belong together as a set.
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Hummingbirds are a very difficult subject, but your pictures are exceptionally good.
I can't say I like one more than the other because each one is so unique, and as you know, they belong together as a set.
Thank you much, SCG! Hummers can be a challenge, but occasionally they become tolerant and allow an image or three.

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