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Name: Prabhi Setty
Trinidad West-Indies
Nov 5, 2016 2:00 PM CST
Hi ,
I love your photo, we have humming birds feed on lucos asper plant which produces lovely bright red flowers.
The Nectar is really sweet, my question is, I do not have a telephoto lens( but have a prime lens a 28 to 70 mm and a100 mm macro lens)
which lens I should use to capture humming Bird.
Prabhi s
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Name: Rob Duval
Mason, New Hampshire (Zone 5b)
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Nov 5, 2016 4:32 PM CST

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I can't answer this question as it is not my own photo. It is a shared photo from wikicommons. Perhaps someone in the photography section of the forums could help you with your questions for photographing these quick little guys.
Name: Lin
Sebastian, Florida (Zone 10a)

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Nov 5, 2016 6:18 PM CST
It certainly is a beautiful photo!
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