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the Hummingbird
Lens: 18-250mm Camera: K 5 Photo Location: Colorado ISO: 100 
Posted By: Bob Harris, 03-08-2015, 12:44 AM

frozen in time.

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03-08-2015, 02:19 AM   #2
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A great shot. :-)
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A great shot. :-)
thanks for the kind words, he kept coming back and forth at the feeder, I think he wanted his photo taken.
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What a good caught hummingbird !!! Congratulations !!

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What a good caught hummingbird !!! Congratulations !!
thanks so much, they get used to you around the feeders so there are lots of ops to get the focus just right.
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Super.

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Perfect! You really captured a lot of detail!
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great capture Bob, cheers

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Super.

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thank you, spring is on it's way to Ontario.

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Perfect! You really captured a lot of detail!
I was really happy with this shot Tom, it's hard to get them to stop in air for you.

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great capture Bob, cheers
a bird we have and you don't CC, I've always thought that was unusual no hummingbirds down your way.
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Good catch, brother Bob. I haven't seen one of these characters around here for awhile - I kind of missing being buzzed by one of the little devils when I walk out the back door.

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Top notch!
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Wow Bob. Great capture.
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Very nice shot! Out of curiosity, which 18-250 was this?
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Good catch, brother Bob. I haven't seen one of these characters around here for awhile - I kind of missing being buzzed by one of the little devils when I walk out the back door.

Jer
thanks buddy, they should be migrating through your area later in the year, put a feeder out and see what happens.

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thank you, that's quite kind.

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Wow Bob. Great capture.
I had a willing bird, just posing for a closeup.

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Very nice shot! Out of curiosity, which 18-250 was this?
It's the Sigma model, Pentax doesn't make it anymore if I remember correctly. Great lens, I really enjoy it.
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Excellent Bob you and Charlie are the HB wishperers.
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