Did you ever wonder what goes on in a hummingbird’s mind when it approaches a full feeder and there’s no one else around?
This little one paused for a couple of seconds on approach to lunch and seemed to be pondering a nearly full feeder with no one else around when I made this image.
Which caused me to think why it paused there and just what might be going through its’ mind…
Was it an It’s mine! All mine! moment?
Was it “gee – there’s no one else here – I wonder if the food in this joint is any good?”
Or, “Wow – I finally beat the crowd?”
Maybe it was “good, there’s no one else here – I can have seconds!”
Perhaps it was “he/she’s not here to see it, so I’ll just have one more for the road”
I think we all have those moments when we think It’s mine! All mine!
For me, it’s a brownie and about a quart of whole milk.
Did you know that since a batch of brownies is really just one big brownie before it’s cut into pieces, it’s technically just one brownie?
Mrs. Frog doesn’t buy that logic – but think about it. Really think about it.
How can you argue against that logic?
If they’re supposed to be called brownies, then they should be baked as brownies, not as a brownie. But,
It seems that the only time It’s Mine! All Mine really happens is when Mrs Frog just needs an anchovy or two out of a whole can…
For the photographers out there reading this, here’s a tech tip: 1/320 second shutter speed is not fast enough to freeze the wings of a hummingbird in flight. It does, however, freeze the body and expression of the hummingbird while preserving the motion of the wings. Which, in itself, can make for an interesting image as it did here. Tamron 18-270mm VR zoom at 270mm, ISO 320 at 1/320 second, f6.3.