[Total: 0 Average: 0/5] You must sign in to vote Basic fact: hummingbirds are colorful birds with iridescent feathers. The flap their wings about 80 times per second, They can fly right, left, up, down, backwards, and even upside down. Hummingbirds primarily eat flower nectar, tree sap, insects and pollen. Hummingbirds are very territorial, I have seen them most of the time chasing each other. This is my first year feeding and taking pictures of them. #hectorreyes #hectorandassociates #victorvillerealestate Video Rating: / 5 Los Angeles Harpist, VeeRonna Ragone plays her own arrangement of “Clocks” by Coldplay. Shot at three different locations in Arizona – The Estrella Star Tower in Goodyear, White Tank Mountain Regional Park, and and Desert Botanical Gardens. Carrying the harp up the stairs of the Estrella Star Tower wasn’t exactly an easy feat, but the drone view from the top made it so worth it. I really enjoyed creating this version of Clocks with the use of a looper pedal. It’s taken me a little while to get the timing down, but the looper is such a cool device to use for accompaniment. Every sound made in this version, except the shaker, is from the harp. LA Harpist, VeeRonna, specializes in crafting dream weddings for her brides and grooms. She is available for weddings, corporate events and private parties. http://www.vharp.com Video Rating: / 5
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