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Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Hungry hummingbirds don't care


19 comments:

  1. Hi cute gal, thank you for your visit, it means allot to me. I love you hummingbird feeder. They are my favorite bird.

    I love what you do, I just have to learn to modge podge. Never done it.

    big hugs
    cindy@stitches

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  2. I love your hummingbird photos! They are the sweetest little birds! We feed them too, and I was really close to one yesterday on our back deck! So exciting!

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  3. we have blackirds, wood peckers and seagulls. My daughters love watching the birds and would love to see your beautiful humming birds. What a wonderful sight.

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  4. Apparently the hummingbirds around you DON'T care. I had a feeder outside my kitchen window and we would have to sit WAY back to watch so they wouldn't fly away.
    Great Pic!!

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  5. Oh BTW. . . I linked back to you on my post today. :) I tried the crackle trick finally on some pots. It worked great. Thanks a million!!

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  6. Thanks for visiting, neighbor! Except I can tell you don't live in the valley, beautiful view from the Humminbird feeder. Enjoyed my visit to your blog.....I'll be back!

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  7. That's amazing and really makes me want to get a hummingbird feeder now! Thanks for the sweet comment on my skirt post - the book I mentioned has loads of shapes for all body types (and has you make your own patterns based on your measurements). You have some beautiful creations on here - I'd love for you to link your upcoming projects up on my Craftastic Monday link party:)

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  8. You have just made many little birdies very, very happy.
    Thank you Ann for your lovely comment at my place and thankyou for coming by for WW. I loved all you gorgeous white dishes in your kitchen.
    hugs

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  9. Just want to share a site with you that you will love
    http://phoebeallens.com/
    I have been watching these 2 baby hummers since hatching and they will fledge sometime this week. Never have I seen such up close live feeds! Hope you enjoy.

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  10. Gorgeous shots...I love those little guys, so cute!~

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  11. love how you captured those 2 lovelies! love your red kitchen with white collectible. have a great weekend! verbena cottage

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  12. I am needing to get my hummingbird feeder filled! We had such fun watching them last year.

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  13. Wow! Thanks for stopping by my Blog!

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  14. Amazing! Aren't they beautiful - some of God's most fascinating creations.

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  15. Our hummingibrds like to chase us out of the yard - fearless little guys! They are some of my favorites though.

    Great shots!

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  16. oh wow! they are so rare here, and i was so excited when i saw one the other day.

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  17. Wow....they're not shy now are they? =0)

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  18. My stepdad has numerous feeders and will stand under it with his hand touching it like yours, and the hummers will come stand on is hand! My kids have done it and were thrilled. They are such amazing creatures.
    Thanks for sharing at the Tuesday Garden Party.

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  19. Wow! We have feeders, and the humming birds let sit pretty close, but I don't think they'd let us hold the feeder.
    I've really enjoyed my visit to your blog, you do such beautiful work! I was blown away by your art work and the coffee table transformation was amazing!

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