Dance of the Hummingbirds

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The Dance of the Hummingbird

A beautiful ballet

The beating of tiny wings

Flitting… Flying

Flying … Flirting

Flirting … Chasing

Chasing … Darting

Darting … Hovering

Hovering … Drinking

Drinking … Resting

Resting … Hovering

Hovering … Drinking

Drinking … Dashing

Dashing … Chasing

Chasing … Flirting

The beating of tiny wings

A beautiful ballet

The Dance of the Hummingbirds

12 Comments

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12 responses to “Dance of the Hummingbirds

  1. I love hummers. I work at a wild bird store. Every year we get hundreds upon hundreds here at the store. They leave around mid Oct. They are brave little critters. I love your photos just beautiful.

  2. I love hummingbirds. On Deal Island, if I read outside on the deck, they would peek at my book while hovering over my right shoulder.

    Thanks, Jeanne!

  3. I love the photos and the beautiful bird that runs the shelter. 🙂

  4. I’m jealous – just lovely!

  5. I just googled “Dance of the Hummingbirds” because it is the title of my new novel and up popped your webpage. Your description of the “dance” is just what I experienced in my own backyard while I was writing. I would love to link your site to mine with your permission, we being both hummingbird afficionados and all. My email address is: Linda.b.herrick@gmail.com
    If you would like to see my blog, you can do that at http://www.LindaJBHerrick.com
    Thank you for sending out these lovely thoughts and photos.

  6. Great pictures they are awesome little birds. I have a feeder by my arbor and they visit everyday and roost at night in my crepe myrtle tree. Keep posting pictures love them.

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