Sunlight was coming from low on the horizon, so the camera had some trouble with that, but I caught a hummingbird perched on the feeder. Its wings seem bigger when they’re not a blur.
I almost always see a female out there, or possibly a juvenile. Not sure if there’s a mother with a nest nearby, or if this is a group of young ones taking turns. Later in the evenings I sometimes see two or three out there orbiting the feeder and waiting their turns. Most of the day it’s just one at a time, though, with no way to tell if it’s the same one over and over or different ones.