How fun to have captured him. They are so fun to watch.
I love Hummers! I have a couple that visit the feeders throughout the day. I bet they would love having all those flowers but with Oklahoma weather, that's just not possible. BTW, those are amazing pictures.Grace & Peace,Pam
Oh! Beautiful, completely beautiful. I have had a hummingbird feeder up on my back deck and at the lake all summer to know avail. I have only seen one hummingbird at each place. I have replaced the sugar water several times so I don’t know why they’re staying away. I enjoyed seeing the pictures of your little visitor. Thanks for sharing. Blessings, Betsy
Awwwww sweet pictures for hanging on your wall....guess that is something I would do. Picture perfect!!!
I want one of those in my garden!
How nice of the hummingbird to hang out long enough for you to get the pictures. Those are great
It's amazing that the Hummingbird held still long enough for you to get so many pictures! Those Zinnias must have been very tasty.
Oh, how pretty. How fabulous you captured this sweet fellow on your Zinnias. Beautiful photos, Connie.
Such a dainty and pretty visitor!
Now that's the way to capture a little hummer. I love your photos!
Connie, your photos are beautiful! It's hard to capture a hummingbird. I have been very faithful to clean and switch out the sugar water in my hummingbird feeders this year. They are swarming around here and we love it!
You take the most beautiful pictures. I have tried and tried to get a good picture of our little hummingbirds and they just don't turn out good. Yours are so pretty buzzing around the zinnias.
Yes, Yes! I just love seeing the hummingbirds! I have one that comes regularly. Another one comes once in awhile but the first one chases him away. I guess he must be territorial. I need to go buy another feeder and put it up I guess! Hope yours keeps coming back for you. Nancy
What beautiful photos, dear Connie. This morning while getting my coffee I had one of these sweethearts by the kitchen window. Hugs to you!
Hi Connie! What sweet little hummers, and beautiful flowers.Never met a zinnia I didn't love :)Thanks for your visit and sweet comments. I treasure your blogging friendship/sisterhood.As for the Sea Holly, we are considered high mountain desert here in our part of Utah, so I would think that you would be able to grow Sea Holly in your location as well. Technically, we are a 5a zone, but I always plant closer to the 3 zone, as we get a freeze that drops into the negative temperatures each January. Roses do not do well in our local, at all. They often freeze and revert to wild rose stock; if they survive.Have a happy day. ~K.
What amazing photos! I have just learned about the sports setting on my camera and can't wait to try it the next time I see one. I never have any success with these precious hummers! You did GREAT! Hugs!
Wow, great photo's...I have been seeing one around my front porch. It keeps reminding that I need to pick up some nectar for him.Enjoy your evening Connie.
oh he is so precious, how wonderful that he hung around for you to go get your camera, that never works out for me, so enjoying your beautiful flowers!
What beautiful photos you took of this hummingbird, it is incredible that you were able to capture these moments in time. Thanks for the share, have a fantastic rest of your week. Keep up the posts.World of Animals
I love hummingbirds so much!! I place feeders out in our yard and enjoy seeing them and the butterflies come visit. Your pictures are fabulous! You should frame a few and hang them up :-) Thank you for sharing them. Enjoy the rest of your week!Blessings,Jill
You have captured him so well! (or her??). They are so pretty and love it when we can get one of them in full form without it being all blurry. I got a few of one in our gardens in Washougal, WA a few years ago and it was so thrilling! I went to a dude ranch once up by Cle Elum, WA and if you sat on their "lodge" porch, it sounded like there were hundreds of airplanes flying around your head! Pretty amazing and will never forget that. They are noisy little buggers when they get close to you! xoxoxo Marilyn
I am a zinnia lover too. I will follow you hoping for more zinnia pictures.
Excellent photos. Love the zinnias, too. My favorite as a child. Have had difficulty growing them in this area, tho.How sweet to see the little guy sitting on one zinnia, sipping from another.
OOO, honey girl...your photos are AWESOME...such great shots of that adorable little hummer.
Sweet. Great capture!
WOW! What a great shot of that humming birtd. Are they not just the most precious little things?Lisa
Wow, you got some great photos Connie! I have had one that keeps visiting my butterfly bush by the deck. I haven't been fast enough to catch ithugs,Jann
I always thought a hummingbird only drank from fluted flowers. So pretty. The lovely colors must have offered him something sweet. Blessings, xoxo, Susie
Aren't hummingbirds beautiful? I haven't seen any around here this summer, unfortunately.
Aren't they gorgeous? They are like little sparkles. You took some lovely photos!
Beautiful garden photos! Love the hummingbird, I have tried and failed to lure them to my gardens! I have gray hair and donate it regularly to https://www.childrenwithhairloss.us/donate/donate-your-hair/ They accept gray hair, the minimum length is only 8 inches and they never charge for their wigs unlike many of the other donation sites.
What a great close-up photos!