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One from yesterday

Posted by mbrowne 9b Central CA (My Page) on
Tue, Feb 19, 13 at 16:14

The only blooms I have right now are a few of these tiny things. Don't even know what they are, but the hummers will take what they can get:

Firefox lets you right click and "view image" to see the full size picture, can't see how to do that in IE, so included a link.

I don't like the "new and improved" forum's size limit on pics. Max is 450x300 in post and 640x480 when clicked. I'd like that limit to be removed, as I didn't see anyone posting overly lage pics. Oh, well...

Here is a link that might be useful: LInk to fullsize image

This post was edited by mbrowne on Wed, Feb 20, 13 at 13:37

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RE: One from yesterday

Beautiful Hummer...looks like Verbena she's nectaring on

RE: One from yesterday

Thanks Leafhead. I googled Verena but mine is a viney climbing thing. It's not too useful as a hummer plant, as they only use it when they are desperate :)

And I noticed that GW has increased the size of pics in posts. I can almost live with that. I'll see if giving them the right size pic will keep them from losing detail when they resize. Anybody seen a link to info on their new image policy??

RE: One from yesterday

If you look closely this hummingbird it looks it's smiling! How cute :)

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