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NIKON CORPORATION
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In your face by kayaksailor In your face by kayaksailor
Full view for feather detail :heart:
Wallpaper sized

A young male Anna's hummingbird checking me out :love:

More hummingbirds here: [link] in my hummer gallery :heart:
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Pinedrop Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2013
Adorable! Love that green on his head. :-)
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kayaksailor Featured By Owner Mar 2, 2013
:love:
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SilverVulpine Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
Marvelous. :)
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kayaksailor Featured By Owner Dec 15, 2011
Thanks! I'm down to only a couple birds this time of year :( I miss them...
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SilverVulpine Featured By Owner Dec 15, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
Yeah, I can relate with missing birds. :(
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badchess Featured By Owner Nov 24, 2011  Professional Photographer
Great job.
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kayaksailor Featured By Owner Nov 24, 2011
:D my summer hummer horde of birds has dwindled (thank goodness) to just a few, but I do miss the brave ones :love:
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quaddie Featured By Owner Nov 23, 2011
Georgeous shot Ruth,i wish we had these cuties over here :)..
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kayaksailor Featured By Owner Nov 23, 2011
just came across this comment on a "sunbird" photo... [link] "My favourite family of birds are Sunbirds. Sunbirds and Hummingbirds are more than likely distant relatives, though their forms evolved in slightly different ways after the larger continents split apart; Hummingbirds are only found in the western hemisphere while Sunbirds are native to the eastern hemisphere and found throughout the middle east, Africa, and most of Asia."

This may explain why you don't have hummers!!
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quaddie Featured By Owner Nov 24, 2011
Yep,that and its probably too cold here for 3/4 of the year :(...

Thanks for the info :)..
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