I always loved this fountain Mom had. It was so perfect for all the wildlife as it just formed a small bubble of water.
Moms words: this cute Trio of Bushtits put on quite a bathing performance also : ) Love the white eyes on the one bushtit. Have recently read that the female Bushtits are the white-eyed ones, so had to alter the caption 🙂 Actually there were about 10 or more there bathing that day.
Another beautiful hummingbird picture. Mom sure had a talent with these ones. Love her description of the water droplet looking like a diamond. ❤️
Moms comment: female hummingbird with a diamond drop between her tiny feet, as she hovers above the fountain droplets at our lilypond, front patio.
I love all the diamond drops close to her body also.
Amazing how the wing movement can hardly been seen as she hovers there.
Captured from the farther open front window, with telephoto lens.
I love Moms gazing ball photos!!
moms comments: hummingbird at the gazing ball, different side of mirror ball this time.
captured from open front window with telephoto lens. They seem fascinated by the image they see in the mirror ball 🙂
Just a note that I’m using all the titles that mom used for these pictures of hers. I love this picture I always think of Cinderella
crystal shoe with scented jasmine flowers and dark blue lobelia flowers on lace
i love this picture. Mom had a beautiful garden. I can just picture her sitting with her camera .. window open..waiting for the birds etc to show up. So happy she had so much pleasure from her photography hobby:)
blue petals, raindrops and moss, beside and in our little lilypond. Captured from the open front window with telephoto lens as I was waiting for the hummingbirds to stop by 🙂
the blue flowers and petals are Johnson’s Blue geraniums (true geraniums) – otherwise known as Cranesbill. A perennial that gives us so much pleasure year after year.
This afternoon, from front window, this hummingbird looks like it has Angel Wings. This is a light coloured hummer, probably a female or perhaps immature male. hard to tell tho’.
Rufous hummingbird, resting on the stem of a bleeding heart flower.