Answers to “find the hummingbird” from last week’s “One Day in Photos”

One week ago, in the One Day in Photos post, I had a few find-the-hummingbird photos. Normally, readers who enjoy such simple but fun challenges have no problem finding the pesky birds . . . but not this time. I only heard from my sister, but if she and my mother failed to find them all, I feel confident in assuming others failed as well.

In the interest of this not weighing heavily on anyone’s psyche, I’m posting this quick update to reveal where they were . . . and perhaps a few readers will have the burden of an unfinished challenge lifted from their weary shoulders.

Here then, in order of appearance, the photos and the reveals. You can click on the photos for a larger version, but there’s also a pausable slideshow at the end for them who prefer a more interactive experience.

I admit those weren’t as easy as what I usually offer . . . but they jump out at you once you know where they are . . . maybe.

Here’s the interactive slideshow; you can pause it and manually scroll through the photos.

Slideshow of One Day in Photos Find Hummers (12 photos)

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