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A Hummingbird’s flight speed can average 25-30 mph, and can dive up to 60 mph. Their wings can flutter/beat 60-80 times a second. More facts are shown on other hummingbird images. Thank you for viewing.


  • Ralph Angelillo
    Ralph Angelilloover 5 years ago

    Superb shot here Trudy ! Great capture.
    note: I would crop off the orange in the lower right corner. Would give the photo more effect. But, that’s just me ! lol !

  • Thanks Ralph…. I did crop without it and thought it gave it more purpose showing where it was headed, so I left it in…still thinking…LOL…

    – Trudy Wilkerson

  • Okay Ralph, I took your suggestion and took it out but left one pic with it in…we’ll see now….LOL

    – Trudy Wilkerson

  • Rachel Lilly
    Rachel Lillyover 5 years ago

    Absolutely brilliant!! I think either version works just as well as each other :-)

  • Thank you Rachel, I think I agree with you… just depends on the viewer I guess….we’ll see…thanks again….

    – Trudy Wilkerson

  • Lyn Evans
    Lyn Evansover 5 years ago

    OMG…. now thats just brilliant Trudy……WOOOOOW!!!

  • Thank you dear Lyn, I’m working hard on hummingbird captures this week, that’s my plan… so keep a look out…LOL

    – Trudy Wilkerson

  • Jacky Parker
    Jacky Parkerover 5 years ago

    That is just amazing, what a beautiful capture – very well done!! :D

  • Thank you Jacky bunches and bunches….

    – Trudy Wilkerson

  • Royald
    Royaldover 5 years ago

    The image is awesome both ways, I almost like the feeder better, the composition lends itself more to this, but what I know? lol art is subjective….

  • Thank you Diane….I keep looking at it trying to figure out which way I like better and like you, I’m not sure either…thanks so much.

    – Trudy Wilkerson

  • Nori Bucci
    Nori Bucciover 5 years ago

    This is a fantastic capture!!! Either way, it’s just beautiful and an instant fave.

  • Thank you Nori and for the fav… keep a watch I’m working on capturing hummingbirds this week…I have a million but want to display the unique ones…LoL

    – Trudy Wilkerson

  • Ralph Angelillo
    Ralph Angelilloover 5 years ago

    Hi Trudy,

    I like the idea of the feeder too. But, I did not know it was a feeder. We only see a small part. I am not criticizing your photo either ! I’ve got it in my favorites !
    It’s a great, great shot !

  • No Ralph, I so much appreciated your taking a moment to give your opinion, and I think I agree…. I’m working on hummingbirds this week…trying to get that perfect shot/angle…thanks for the fav too…

    – Trudy Wilkerson

  • ckroeger
    ckroegerover 5 years ago

    Wow…what a great capture! I am leaning toward the photo without the feeder. I like the simplicity of the bird in flight…the focus is completely on the bird, everything else is negative space. I LOVE the top photo:) It’s as if the bird is flying straight toward you…you are one with the bird…lol!

  • After looking at it, I’m with you too….that little spot of red after viewing it took your eyes off the hummer….thank you so much for your viewpoint, much appreciated…;-)

    – Trudy Wilkerson

  • Kim McClain Gregal
    Kim McClain Gr...over 5 years ago

    AWESOME capture Trudy! I love the detail on his head! You must have been excited! Did he hit you?

  • Safe and sound Kim…..thanks much….

    – Trudy Wilkerson

  • trueblvr
    trueblvrover 5 years ago

    So I glance at this and flash a second look, with the exclamation “oh wow” popping out of my mouth. Di

  • Why thank you kindly Di….so much appreciate your comments.

    – Trudy Wilkerson

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