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Beautiful Ruby throated hummingbird seen here feeding at a brilliant pink Sweet Pea blossom. their is beautiful bokeh in the background. I have given this version texture only. (THIS IS ONE OF MY FAVORITE THINGS TO DO, LAYER 3n IMAGES TOGETHER PLUS TEXTURE!! LOTS OF FUN! :D) This will be such a beautiful wall hanging or perhaps a greeting card. Many more wonderful works can be found in my various galleries, form photographs and photoart to digital creations and abstracts. Thanks for browsing, commenting and most of all for any purchases. Debbie Portwood :D...................................(RUBY THROATED HUMMINGBIRD - A flash of green and red, the Ruby-throated Hummingbird is eastern North America�s sole breeding hummingbird. These brilliant, tiny, precision-flying creatures glitter like jewels in the full sun, then vanish with a zip toward the next nectar source. Feeders and flower gardens are great ways to attract these birds, and some people turn their yards into buzzing clouds of hummingbirds each summer. Enjoy them while they�re around; by early fall they�re bound for Central America, with many crossing the Gulf of Mexico in a single flight..........Size & Shape - The Ruby-throated Hummingbird is a small hummingbird with a slender, slightly downcurved bill and fairly short wings that don�t reach all the way to the tail when the bird is sitting............Color Pattern - Ruby-throated Hummingbirds are bright emerald or golden-green on the back and crown, with gray-white underparts. Males have a brilliant iridescent red throat that looks dark when it�s not in good light...........Behavior - Ruby-throated Hummingbirds fly straight and fast but can stop instantly, hover, and adjust their position up, down, or backwards with exquisite control. They often visit hummingbird feeders and tube-shaped flowers and defend these food sources against others. You may also see them plucking tiny insects from the air or from spider webs...........Habitat - Ruby-throated Hummingbirds live in open woodlands, forest edges, meadows, grasslands, and in parks, gardens, and backyards. More great information on this or any other bird can be found at www.allaboutbirds.org
May 19th, 2013
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