Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Another Wednesday With Words...

I'm starving! Wonder if there's somewhere around here to get a good meal?


Oh this is a likely spot!


I'll have some red...


and purple...


and orange...


and purple...



and purple...






Mmm - that was good!


Burp!



15 comments:

  1. Oh, how wonderful! I love the pic of the hummingbird with his little head buried into the purple petunia. These are great. (That last one is a keeper, too!)

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  2. I think he likes purple best of all. Amazing photography. ;)

    S

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  3. Gorgeous! Absolutely gorgeous! Our hummingbirds seem to prefer the flowers on the deck to the feeder. I love to see them practically buried in the blossom.

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  4. That settles it! I'm having purple for lunch.

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  5. These are wonderful. I saw one here yesterday.

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  6. Great pics. Too bad birds are color blind and can't enjoy the colors.

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  7. Well, they do say to eat your "colours"!
    These are fantastic shots. I wish I could attract hummers. Maybe next year when the perennials and butterfly bush really fill out.

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  8. Dr. M is a fabulous photographer isn't he? It's like getting a birthday present every day when I check out the camera chip - ha!

    I'm trying to figure out what purple thing I can eat for dinner - and since I don't like purple cabbage I think it might have to be black raspberry ice cream :)

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  9. Fantastic pictures and very funny comments!

    I don't like purple cabbage, either...how do you feel about eggplant?

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  10. Black raspberry ice cream with chocolate chunks!

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  11. LOL, cute story and great pictures to go with it!

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  12. Fantastic! I can't believe you got all those shots.

    This reminds me of an an ancient Tonight Show when Johnny Carson was still the host. He had a fancy camera for the times. Nothing like our digitals, but he shared photos he'd taken of a hummingbird that was in a tree outside his window. I remember he was so enthusiastic about it. He would have loved our cameras.

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