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I am still getting use to this new layout at the moment, leave me a comment or two so I can get back to you, your works are great inspirations to me, my dear friends!
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Historically, Harpers Ferry is best known for John Brown’s raid on the Armory in 1859 and its role in the American Civil War. The charming little town is situated at the confluence of the Potomac and Shenandoah rivers where the U.S. states of Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia meet. On my feet is the state of Maryland overlooking Harpers Ferry in West VA; across from Harpers Ferry on the top is the state of VA; Shenandoah river is on the top and Potomac river is on the bottom. Hope you enjoy !..
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More often than not, their most active feeding time doesn’t equal to great lighting condition 🙂 I took this one when the Sun was just about to set; with a slow shutter, the wings were quite blurred, figured to try something new here and spice it up a little; my only hope is that this is not an epic fail.. 🙂 Hope you enjoy….
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This is a juvenile blue jay, found him/her in my yard posing and begging me to take a shot so I snapped a few. Missed a tad of the tail but I am letting that one slide as I like the pose enough 🙂
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This is a female ruby throated hummingbird in my yard, cloudy day creates great soft light on the subject, downside is that I had to lower the shutter and open the lens a little bit hence the shallow DoF.
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Please press “M” to see the image in better quality, hope you enjoy…. I joined this great community one year ago, met so many wonderful and talented friends, my deepest gratitude to all!! I love visiting here almost on daily basis to browse through different galleries, best way to get inspired and motivated. Occasionally I simply run out of time so I am sorry if our paths haven’t crossed, leave me a comment or two I will do my best to check out your works..
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They are called “Ruby Throated Hummingbird” because adult male has iridescent ruby red feather in the neck area. The Gorget is vivid red when light is hitting it at a straight angle but most of the time it is muted color (like the one shown).
I always wanted to capture male hummers in action as they are obviously more colorful, for some reason I don’t have many male hummers in my yard as they always get chased away by females :). This guy showed up the other day so I snapped a few. He is not the prettiest male hummer in my yard and also has a combat wound in his chest, I also didn’t catch him with a front light, probably not my best capture but nevertheless happy that I finally have a BIF of male hummer.
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