Having Lunch

by Lynda Sanders
(Walnut, California, USA)

Lunch Time

Lunch Time

This is a female Anna Hummingbird. I was on my walk and there she was...very busy.I used a Nikon D50 SLR, lens 70-300mm, hand held. I have many photos of Hummers on my feeders but really like to catch them in nature. F/5.6 Exp 1/1000

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Stretching

by Lynda Sanders
(Walnut, Ca. USA)

Hummer Stretching

Hummer Stretching

My name is Lynda Sanders and I live in Walnut, California, USA.
This is a female Anna's Hummingbird or a juvenile male and it is resting on a branch near the feeder. They were so busy itching and preening they paid no attention to me and I felt good about getting this photo.
I used a Nikon-D-50 SLR with a 70-300 mm lens hand held.
Hummers are so fascinating and in Southern Ca. we have a lot of variety.

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Feb 24, 2014
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lynda's photos
by: froome

lynda,
love your photos!
regards,
froome

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CanYou See My Tongue?

by Lynda sanders
(Walnut. California)

Allen Hummer

Allen Hummer

This is a Male Allen Hummingbird sitting near my feeder. These birds are colorful, fast and feisty. Notice his tongue is sticking out. This shot was taken with a Nikon D50, SLR with a 70-300 mm lens. Enjoy

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Keeping Watch Over The Feeder

by Lynda Sanders
(Walnut, Ca. USA)

Allen Hummingbird

Allen Hummingbird

This is a Male Allen Hummingbird. They are very aggressive, small and beautiful. This one is perched on a potted plant in my yard watching the feeder to chase anyone away. I enjoy photos of Hummers perching. You would be surprised it isn't hard to get a shot. You need to have patience and observe them after they leave the feeder. They usually don't go to far.This was taken with a Nikon D50 SLR with a 70-300 lens. F/5.6 1/1000 exp. Living in Southern California has it's advantage because we have Anna's, Allen's, Black-chinned, Costa's and an occasional Rufous how great is that!

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Feeder All to Myself

by Lynda Sanders
(Walnut, Ca. USA)

Feeder All to Myself

Feeder All to Myself

This was taken in the high desert. This is a Anna Hummingbird. It was very busy at the feeder but I got this shot of a single Hummer. This was taken with a Nikon D50 SLR, lens 28-200, hand held

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May I Join You?

by Lynda Sanders
(Walnut, Ca. USA)


I was visiting friends in the high desert and her hummingbird feeders were very busy. There was so much activity it was hard to get a clear photo. Out of about 15 photos I was able to use two. These are Anna Hummingbirds.
I used a Nikon D50 SLR with a 28-200 lens, hand held. I was not using my longer lens with vibration reduction that is why I had a hard time getting crisp shots.

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