Reflection in Sugar Water

Click to enlarge for sky reflection in hummingbird feeder
Not what I was aiming for, but I'll take the credit. (Yes, I was on the trail of a hummer and it buzzed out range before my shutter snapped)

Comments

Gattina said…
That's a strange picture, I have some compiled news on my blog. The weather is nice for once in England and the sea very blue, I enjoy my holidays !
her indoors said…
that's a erm erm erm, well the reflection in the erm, erm, is brilliant, is the erm,erm some kind of bird feeding post?
swamp witch said…
Whadya do with the hummingbird, lady?
Interesting photo.
PEA said…
Oh wow, what a brilliant shot! I can see the moon and some trees reflected in the hummingbird feeder...I love it!! xox
wolfbaby said…
i really hate it when that happens
Vicki said…
oh wow. great catch! Take all the credit for it! I would. =)

I tried humming bird feeders. Brian bought two of them for me for Mothers Day (Olivia helped with hints). I could invision humming bird oasis in my back yard. Oh please! They hate me and never come over to play. All I do is change the water and watch it mold.
Masago said…
Hee hee. ;-)
...been there...
Debs said…
I LOVE that picture. :) My hummers hate me. I go out and they leave. LOL
So cool. Like the future in a crystal ball.
Cool shot -- don't you love happy accidents?
Stephanie said…
I think it's a lovely, interesting shot!
min said…
Nice. This is much more interesting than a hummingbird. It looks evil.
Susie said…
Very interesting photo! Love the reflections..
xo
Beckie said…
Don't ya hate it when that happens?!
Peter said…
It's not all bad news Pamela, at least you were fast enough to catch the sky.
Whippersnapper said…
Oh, I like pictures like this. All it is missing is a ghostly image of John Lennon in the background or something.

Hmm, that probably doesn't make much sense to you, so I'd better explain. Fifteen years ago or so, when my brother was in his John Lennon look-alike phase I got back a bunch of pictures that had, for whatever reason, his ghostly image somewhere on each print. They are, as you can imagine, a weird set of pictures..
ablondeblogger said…
Looks like a scene from ET, lol!
Donetta said…
That is so beautiful.
Kila said…
Wonderful. I love reflection photos.
kailani said…
Is that the moon's reflection? Amazing!
Robin said…
I thought it was a COOL shot, a gift in lieu of the hummingbird. I mean, you can photograph hummingbirds ANYTIME they come to your feeder (well, in theory, lol)...but this was unexpected beauty.
I thnk it is fascinating - have you tried cropping it or playing with it in Photoshop. I think it could be an even more fascinating picture. May I play with it?
Hazel said…
Beautiful...another happy accident that makes life amazing.
Sabrina said…
It must be so relaxing to watch the birds. . .I think they would just melt here into little puddles of sugar water. . .(Houston-"heat wave" that's really just normal August weather. . .sigh!!!)
PAT said…
Great photo!

Pat
Willowtree said…
Ha ha! I clicked on the picture to enlarge it even before you added the instructions, but then I promptly forgot to leave a comment! And now I'm leaving one that doesn't even say anything. Hmmmm, I gotta get my act together.
Karen said…
I love the picture. I'm always trying to catch the little guys where I work. We keep two feeders going. I really loved the picture earlier of the sunflowers.....WOW.

Karen
Biker Betty said…
Awesome photo!! Those little hummers are hard to catch on camera. I tried to attract them to my yard, but all I got was ants, lol.
Well, I played with it a little. I hope, hope hope you don't mind! (If you do, let me know and I'll remove it at once from my blog.) It is a COOL image!
Kelly - PTT said…
That is SO cool! I'm impressed!
Pamela, Of course you can have your modified picture back - its like a collaboration! Seeing those trees made me homesick for Portland and then I read all about Hops picking in the Willamette Valley and that increased the nostalgia!!

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