Julie said that a hummer came by on a regular schedule, so I set up with a tripod, remote shutter release, set for 1/4,000th of a second, and focused on the flower.  All we had to do was squeeze the trigger when we saw/heard him, and the camera would fire off 10 exposures in quick order.  After a few false alarms, I sat down next to the camera at sundown, and the hummer appeared!  I squeezed, and this was the best of the 10 or so exposures – good for a start!

3 Responses to “Hummer”

  1. Awesome!

  2. I love hummers — now I want you to get pic of the male with red throat! Hummers are so much fun to watch. Keep up the great work.

  3. i love the way you caught it straight – wonderful capture!!

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