Moms House in reflection❤️


I love this picture so much because it shows Moms house and garden in the reflection. We spent many happy times there. The kids and I would stay for a week every summer. Have such fond memories of our nightly walk at the dike with her dogs .. 2 yellow labs..watching the sunsets.

Moms words:

Hummingbird, Rufous female, staring at her reflection in the gazing ball : ) Her beak is touching the mirror ball. She’s been fascinated with this mirrored reflection.
taken from open front window.

Hummingbird with pollen in beak


If you look closely you will see the yellow pollen on the hummers beak. ( my Mom always called them Hummers 🙂 )

you can see that she added her name in the bottom right corner of this one  with the date 2006 ❤️

Miss her soo much

here are Moms words on this picture:

Hummingbird Rufous female with pollen on her beak, hovering beside the pale blue lobelia and white bacopa flowers in the hanging basket near front door.
taken from open front window with telephoto lens

Breaking water drop


This picture is pretty amazing!!

My Mom caught this at the perfect moment.

She won contests for this one and this photo was also entered in magazines.

Here are Moms words on this shot:

hummingbird, Rufous Female, breaking the topmost water bubble from the fountain spray with her beak. You can see the spray above and below her beak here : )
captured while sitting on the patio

Hummingbird Reflection

CE0255D1-A745-4140-99D3-260707C4101AThis is such a beautiful picture. Mom loved humming birds. Knew every fact about them that one could know ❤️

Heres Moms words about this picture:

This hummingbird reminds me of a fairy, as it sees its reflection in the mirror ball, on our front patio.
Captured from open front window. The hummer was totally fascinated by its reflection today. On one visit, it spent about 5 minutes hovering right close to the ball. DH noticed it, and I didn’t have the camera at hand, – so rushed to get camera & change lenses and it was still there, hovering around the mirror ball when I returned to the window, so this was one of the first images that I captured. It returned at least 3 more times while I sat there, but didn’t stay as long as the first visit.
We have never had the hummingbirds remain here this late. It’s cooling off quite a lot at nights now too, which is unusual for August.