One hundred degree days, and a healthy work load, really cut back on the picture-taking activity. Got a chance late this afternoon to open the window at the office and stalk the hummingbird feeder. Enjoy today's offering.
General activity around the feeders has picked up, so you can't help but feel like there are already some travelers headed south.
The Black-chinned male camps out there in the trees almost in line with the feeder.
At this angle, the Guardian would be coming up on her back.
Then sometimes she perches right above the feeder and waits for him to chase somebody else off.
Hoping to get a little peek at that purple throat.
My patience paid off. The feeder helped a little with the sun bouncing off the glass.
That is one glorious throat!