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This is a great picture!!! Thanks Morris. You are very lucky that this sweet thing planted itself in your garden!!
Thanks for the info, pg. I just haven't taken the time to get one.
Morris the time you will see the difference is when you blow up the picture and see the slight blur from the movement of your hands.
I am no expert, Pattie. I hope that they help.
(Thanks for the tips, Morris!)
Thanks, laura and Suzy!!
Super close up. I have solve this 3 times...best I can do is 18 seconds.
What a great photo of these little beauties!
You must gave a good sniffer, buddy. Thanks for stopping by!Pg would say get a tripod, Patti. I have not gotten one yet. You have to have a very light touch on the button. Many of mine also turn out blurry. Thank you!!!Don't have many hummingbirds around here, aggie. Thanks!!Thanks, Jan!!Thank you tex!!It is a wild one that is growing in one of the spirea, chickie. I just noticed it this year. Some how it planted itself. Thanks!!
Nice photo morris. I like the drops on it and it is a very unusual honeysuckle.
Excellent photo! Thanks, Morris.
So delicate, lovely pic morris.
Beauty morris, I'll bet the hummingbirds are waiting in line for this.
Gorgeous Morris! (I have such trouble with my close-ups. About half turn out blurry. Can't figure out what I'm doing wrong. This came out great!)
I can smell it now !!!
Nice set Morris.