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Reader photo of the week - David Baker

At ten-years-old David Baker is already an avid photographer.  “I really like to photograph birds and flowers. I take most of my photos in my yard or on Gonzales Hill,” says David. “I took this photo of the hummingbird in my backyard. I like this photo because the hummingbird is really sharp and the background blends in with the colours of the hummingbird.” - David Baker
At ten-years-old David Baker is already an avid photographer. “I really like to photograph birds and flowers. I take most of my photos in my yard or on Gonzales Hill,” says David. “I took this photo of the hummingbird in my backyard. I like this photo because the hummingbird is really sharp and the background blends in with the colours of the hummingbird.”
— image credit: David Baker

At ten-years-old David Baker is already an avid photographer.

“I really like to photograph birds and flowers. I take most of my photos in my yard or on Gonzales Hill,” says David.

“I took this photo of the hummingbird in my backyard. I like this photo because the hummingbird is really sharp and the background blends in with the colours of the hummingbird.”

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