As you already know if you read this blog at all regularly, I tend to be obsessive. So it should come as no great surprise that I’m posting yet another hummingbird photo.

I noticed the other day that there is more than one hummingbird in the yard. I know that because I saw one chasing another one away from the garden. Then I started noticing that the colors on the hummingbirds I’ve been seeing were quite different.

A week ago I wondered if the hummingbirds had all left. After I finally captured what I considered a “passable” photograph yesterday, they seemed to be everywhere, ready to pose at the slightest request, much in the same way that “rare” cars like the one you just bought seem to appear everywhere.

5 thoughts on “Friends”

  1. May Sarton said, “It is harder to see what one sees
    Than anyone knows.
    Monet knew, spent a lifetime
    Trying to undazzle the light
    And pin it down.”

    I say, if this magnificent work of art is the result of being obsessive, then I hope you will continue to be obsessive.

  2. I’ve sent a separate email to Sam, but readers can contact me directly by clicking anywhere in the sidebar where it says “Loren Webster” and your email program should start up automatically.

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