This week, Tina leads LAPC – Taking Flight. She encourages us to share images of birds butterflies, bees, insects, airplanes, balloons, bubbles, kites….
I select a few images of butterfly, dragonfly, bee, and birds.
These hummingbird in flight images below were captured a few days ago. They are my first bird in flight captures since 2019. While clicking, I could feel their joyfulness.
I set the shutter speed high and use the continuous mode, hoping to capture their wings and motions. I’m happy with these two images:
“Be as a bird perched on a frail branch that she feels bending beneath her, still she sings away all the same, knowing she has wings.” – Victor Hugo
Your colorful photos and beautiful stories brought me smiles, most of all hope. This image was captured at our local park. I love how the Egret stretches his/her wings. It’s one of my favorite birds in flight photos.
Thank you for joining in last week’s “Colorful April”. We have enjoyed so many beautiful colors, from flowers, sky, and to sunlight and from your yard, garden, mountains, and national parks around the world. Through your lens, I’ve learned about many plants and various spring flowers. Your colorful photos and beautiful stories brought me smiles, most of all hope.
Tina’s Taking Flight images are beautiful, click here to enjoy. We look forward to seeing your interpretation. please remember to link to her original post and to include the Lens-Artists Tag. Last but not least, we hope you’ll join us next week when we welcome our Guest Host, Priscilla of Scillagrace. Be sure to check out her ever-thoughtful and interesting blog.