The View from My Porch
After much anticipation, my new camera arrived yesterday. A Kodak Z981. Tonight I parked myself on the porch played with it a bit. There’s definitely a learning curve, but it’s lots of fun. Here are a few of the pics I took from the porch.
I took the humming bird pics from about 25′ away. The light wasn’t great. These are cropped and reduced in size for the web. Click on a thumbnail to view a larger version of the image.
Stay tuned for more!
View from my porch
Bumble bee on my lavendar
Hummingbird bird stopping by for dinner
Two hummingbird birds in flight in the left side of the frame
Two female humming birds visiting
Two humming birds for dinner
Two humming birds feeding
Paul says until the novelty of the new camera wears off, nobody is safe!
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