Hummers at Sunset

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The deck of my next door neighbors is a favorite hangout for hummingbirds. Near sunset is an especially busy time. These photos were taken on Thanksgiving when three lucky guests were invited to partake in David and Sergio’s feast. More photos of that event to follow.

We were to show photographs of something containing the letters R & S For Cee’s Midweek Madness Prompt

15 thoughts on “Hummers at Sunset

  1. dale wilson

    body{font-family: Geneva,Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif;font-size:9pt;background-color: #ffffff;color: black;}Soooo beautiful.  I’ve wondered where my little feasters would travel to in theFall.  They left the first week of September this year, when the unabashedlyhorrific temperatures plummeted to the 30s.  There they are.  Wonderful.  Pleasefeed them well, so they have the energy to return.These photos give me great cheer as this weeks has been devoid of blessings.My dear companion of nine years was felled with a massive cerebral hemorrhageon Tuesday.  He passed yesterday at 2:15 pm.  Always the fighter and fearlesshis grip was strong, but his faculties were too traumatized for a positive surgicaloutcome.I am limping, but carrying grief and enormous gratitude for our lives together.Hoping that your Thanksgiving nourished you for the days to come.With fond and loving thoughts,Dale

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    1. lifelessons Post author

      Oh Dale, I am thunderstruck by your news. So so sorry. This time of life has so many blessings, but having our friends and lovers leave us behind is not one of them. You are lucky to have had such great loves in your life, but join the unfortunate rest of us in losing them as well. Wish this Corona curse were over so you could come down and soak in my hot pool and swing in my hammock to heal. xoxoxo

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