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qanik

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elcee

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Location: Albuquerque NM US
Posts: 14,980
Fri 03-May-2019 08:56

What great timing! and composition
ctnorm7

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Location: Shelton CT US
Posts: 418
Fri 03-May-2019 09:17

Terrific Image!
meadowlark2

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Location: Lethbridge AB CA
Posts: 8,281
Fri 03-May-2019 10:17

Michael it is always a mystery to me how you capture the stellar images you do. Amazing!
dm1dave

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Location: Lowden IA US
Posts: 19,226
Fri 03-May-2019 10:25

Awesome!
dagoldst


Location: Little Rock AR US
Posts: 4,174
Fri 03-May-2019 06:06

Amazing image.. Smile
asphericalAmy


Location: MI US
Posts: 2
Sun 05-May-2019 07:38

I love catching hummingbirds. This is one of the best action shots I ever seen.
RockvilleBob


Location: Lewes DE US
Posts: 730
Sun 05-May-2019 08:56

That is a terrific capture. Makes you stop and thin "What is goingon?"
jallen


Location: Titusville, NJ NJ US
Sun 05-May-2019 09:21

A most unusual view. At first glance I thought it involved a mirror reflection. It takes a fast shutter speed to stop the humming bird's wing action.
rntbot1


Location: Rockford IL US
Sun 05-May-2019 09:36

Nice!
niknac37

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Location: Mysore IN
Posts: 2,953
Tue 07-May-2019 07:37

You were at the rt place at the rt time. Well done
harveys


Location: sault ste marie ON CA
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Mon 20-May-2019 07:56

Remarkable