I found this Ruby-Throated Hummingbird investigating a patch of Bee Balm late yesterday evening. The sun was sinking and already behind the green wall of sycamores covering the island to the west across the river from the cottage. Because of the dim, fading light, I had no choice but to crank my camera's ISO way up—so the image is noticeably noisy. Plus I just missed getting all the zooming little hummer's left wingtip in the frame. Not a technically good photo.
But like the previous post's dragonfly shot, there's nevertheless something about this image I like…maybe the way the tiny bird almost seems to be watching me from the corner of it's eye. I can understand that—if I noticed such a hulking fellow stalking me, I'd keep a wary eye on him, too.