Female Anna's Hummingbird

© Jim Stringer

Female Anna's Hummingbird

Uploaded: July 08, 2007

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July 08, 2007

Absolutely stunning Jim. The detail is wonderful. :} #687564

Daniella Puente July 08, 2007

The frozen bird is fabulous!!! with that great BG this one looks Top one :) #4486522

Jim Stringer July 08, 2007

Thank you very much Angela, and Daniella! #4486582

Mark R. Simmons July 15, 2007

Excellent shot Jim. Well done

Mark #4511567

Jim Stringer July 15, 2007

Thank you very much Mark! Glad to hear from you, how are things at SOA? #4512020

Shelly A. Van Camp level-classic May 13, 2008

Great capture!! Do you use a tripod? I have tried to capture one like this, but it always seems blurred. Thanks! #5917284

Jim Stringer May 17, 2008

Thank you Shelly. I didn't use a tripod for this shot. I used a 70-300mm vibraation reduction lense which helps lot. This was taken shooting ISO 400, F/8 at 1/1250. #5934888

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