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Canon EOS 7D
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Dec 11, 2011, 11:24:14 AM
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Comfy by Good-e-nuf Comfy by Good-e-nuf
Most photographed hummingbird.
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:iconalomhordozo57:
alomhordozo57 Featured By Owner Jul 3, 2013
Wonderful!
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:iconyuki-midna:
Yuki-Midna Featured By Owner Jun 7, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
So cute! I always enjoy watching hummingbirds. It never gets old!
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MCarolinaR Featured By Owner Feb 20, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
Wow !!! Beautiful !!
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TimeGhost823 Featured By Owner Feb 10, 2012
One word, POOF!
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chryssalis Featured By Owner Dec 22, 2011
Ohhhhhh!!My little sweetie!!!!:love:
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:icongood-e-nuf:
Good-e-nuf Featured By Owner Dec 22, 2011
Yes, dear?

Walt
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:iconcecilyandreuartwork:
CecilyAndreuArtwork Featured By Owner Dec 17, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
Congratulations, Walt! Your beautiful hummers shots continue to progress to the next level! :thumbsup: (Does this involve PS channel adjustments?)
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Good-e-nuf Featured By Owner Dec 17, 2011
Not yet Cecily, maybe the next one. I have to get out and photograph something other than birds and flowers. I'd try a landscape if we had something other than desert.

Walt
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AFireInside61592 Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I want one.
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:icongood-e-nuf:
Good-e-nuf Featured By Owner Dec 17, 2011
You'd really love them and their antics. I think I'm obligated to feed birds at my age, so I started feeding these little guys in 08. Now I can get within inches of them and use my 100 mm macro. The spring is really great, if you stand near the feeder, they land on your hand to rest and feed.

Walt
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