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A Hummingbird. May 24, 2012

Posted by littlebangtheory in Art and Nature.
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I wasn’t satisfied with last evening’s photo of a hummingbird in our dooryard.  It was dark and slow, due largely to the waning light of evening.

So today I set up again on the porch, expecting our hummingbird to make frequent visits in somewhat better light.

I’m still not satisfied with what I came away with, but it’s a step in the right direction:

That second one is my favorite, as it speaks to the joy of drinking nectar right from the blossom.

I’ll keep trying to get these right, and hope that you’ll keep rooting for me to succeed.

 

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1. Robyn - May 24, 2012

I love hummingbirds. I would buy either of these (or on my budget, a print),

2. littlebangtheory - May 24, 2012

Robyn, it’s lovely of you to say so. I hope to have my photos available soon through an associated web site, so please keep on visiting!

3. susancrow - May 28, 2012

They are both lovely shots but I think I agree with you about the second one – the ephemeral background really highlights the hummer.

4. littlebangtheory - May 30, 2012

Yes, Susan, the background makes this shot. It’s not the first-order consideration of most photographers, but in this case it carries a lot of weight.

5. UM - May 31, 2012

They’re both unreal. I’d love to see the real deal, but based on the small “blog” versions, these look worth taking action toward publishing somewhere…

6. littlebangtheory - May 31, 2012

Thanks Ursi. They’ll at least get printed and matted. And yeah, the “real deals” are way nicer than the blog versions! 🙂


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