Friday, August 22, 2014

Pic of the Week: Hummingbird Dance

Hummingbird Dance ©Jim Brandenburg

"How delicate, the world's tiniest bird that can flash its bright colors, as well as hide them if needed. The bright radiant color on humming birds comes from iridescent coloring like on a soap bubble or prism. There it is, holding its body perfectly still while wings are beating 70–200 times per second. They are the only birds that can fly both forward and backwards, hover in mid-air, fly sideways and even upside down. This lovely image is captured with a ghostly reflective background."

~ Milli
Ravenwood Studios
Brandenburg Gallery

Pic of the Week (August 22, 2014): NW815 Hummingbird Dance
Pic of the Week features the images of Jim Brandenburg, as selected weekly by his staff. With each selection, we hope to highlight the depth, breadth, and splendor of his work. 

Pic of the Week Special Pricing
Purchase this week's Pic (print, matted, or framed - 8x8" or larger) and receive 30% off during the week it is featured (August 22-28)! Contact the Brandenburg Gallery in Ely, Minnesota (877) 493-8017 to take advantage of this special pricing.

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