And uninvited visitors.
I took all these photos through the kitchen window.
And if you love hummingbirds, you’ll love Stephanie Shott’s devotions this past week.
These beautiful creatures offer all kinds of lessons for the whole family.
And make us happy in the darting bird
That suddenly above the bees is heard,
The meteor that thrusts in with needle bill,
And off a blossom in mid air stands still.
~Robert Frost (A Prayer in Spring)
Great photos. All this past week, I’ve been watching a hummingbird outside the kitchen window, lsurping down the salvia.
Thanks! I’ve never seen them before like this. Lucky to see one or two a week in the past. Totally fascinating. I’m going to have to have someone refill the feeder when we’re gone.
Karen R Evans says
Aren’t they the most darling birds? Great photos, especially through the window. Thanks.
Lynn Moshr says
Awesome photos, Sandy! I got to see them first over at Stephanie’s. Such sweet little creatures! Ummm…the hummingbirds, I mean!
These are fabulous!
And… may I just say, your kitchen window is waaaay cleaner than mine!!!! 🙂
Sandy Nadeau says
Being a photographer myself, I know how hard it is to catch a photo of these fast movers. I like the sleepy ones on the sunflower. Nice work.
S. Etole says
What fun that you’ve caught in mid-air and in rest!
Love these, Sandy – so lovely – and so many! Particularly like the ones of these little creatures being still – seen so seldom! Guess everybody needs to rest on occasion. :>)
Anne Lang Bundy says
You are something else, Snady! These photos are … Wow! Simply Wow!