Explorations of a travel writer living in the beautiful Texas Hill Country...flora and fauna, nature and mysteries...food and wine...life.
How cute!! Love the picture of them playing by the water. I love to watch the aerial performances of these little birds.
Our property is like a truck stop for hummingbirds on their way north. They're b-a-a-a-a-ck....
That is just so amazingly cool. . .
How playful in that water! Our hummers arrive about 3/30, so I hope some cacti and other things start blooming for them like here in TX...
How wonderful! And such fabulous pictures. I always have a hard time getting them "on film." Guess I'll put up my feeder; ours usually show up later than yours.
It really feels like spring to me when the Hummingbirds return. Love your photos...hope you get to see lots of hummers this year!
I love the pic with the hummingbirds at the water fountain. Great shot.
How beautiful and tiny they are, I love the photo of them splashing in the fountain. :)xoxoxo ♡
It must be a delight to see them returning.Is that splayed tail moved as if another wing. See the little guy on the stone.
The photos are lovely. I have a special love for hummingbirds because of my Mom. She adores the little guys and every year, she fills a feeder for them and brings it to my house to hang outside.I love you so!SB
Ah lah. I have got to go fix up my feeder and fill it up.
We need to get a feeder this year. In prior years, they've been attracted to our Japanese plum, but it's gone now, having become too unwieldy and a danger to the house. Sigh.Oh well, things change.(BTW, I'm glad it's Spring somewhere. It's 35 degrees outside my window.)Cheers.
So beautiful. One thing we do not have here....
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