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Male hummer got caught . . .

Posted by davemidohio 5 OH (My Page) on
Mon, Jul 2, 07 at 23:40

. . . feeding on salvia. While I have bunches of photos of hummers on my feeders, this is the more natural pic I've been wanting to get. I think it was worth the wait!!!!

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Dave


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RE: Male hummer got caught . . .

Dave,
That's beautiful! What kind of camera are you using?

Susanne


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RE: Male hummer got caught . . .

Suzanne,
I have a Nikon D50 with a 70-300/macro lens. When you click on the thumbnail of the hummer, go to the lower right side of the Webshots page. The picture data gets automatically posted (f stop, exposure, etc.) That is one of the features I really like about the Webshots albums.

Glad you liked the pic, I love to share the good ones!

Dave


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