Intense look in the egret’s eyes; surprised look in the fish’s eyes. Live has its twists and turns! Reply ↓
Intense look in the egret’s eyes; surprised look in the fish’s eyes.
Live has its twists and turns!
Wonderful curves in this photo in the egret’s neck and the fish’s body. And striking how the egret’s eye and the fish’s eye look so similar. Amazing photo!
Exquisite shot Phil, great expressions, beautiful texture & detail! While the egret is obviously delighted with his big catch, I wonder what the fish is saying to himself. Come to think of it, most of the shots we see anywhere are of the predators and less of the prey – and never think much about it…
Even though it is always a mistake to attach human emotions or feelings to a non-human animal, the fixed stare of a fish, especially in this predicament, always evokes an empathy for its plight. Beautiful capture, Phil…and Egret, too.
Wow, the clarity! Incredible!
I can hear the fish saying….. and so it all has to end like this? Help me mother!
Perfectly timed feeding shot! Stunning
Both eyes tell the story so well. Excellent.
Better than chopsticks. 😮
The detail is perfect! Another stunner, Phil!
Yikes! But that is a fantastic photo, and love the detail! Great focus in Mr. E’s eyes — understandable at such a nice little meal. 🙂 Mr. Small Fish realizes it too, poor guy.
Superb photo, Phil!
Phil! How can you do this to me on Mother’s Day? That little fishie won’t be there to spoil his mom today. 😦
I have to admit that you got a great shot though. 🙂
Oops. Uh oh. A close up of a poor little fishie face on Mother’s Day!? Yikes, what was I thinking?!
Hope his little brothers and sisters make up for his, um, er, absence.
Hehehe. I’m still making up my mind whether to forgive you or not, Phil. I’m sure it was unintentional, and you never thought of what it might do to my psyche to see that poor little fishie. 🙂 I’m sort of just getting over it.
I love the way he is eyeing his dinner 😀 A wonderful take, Phil!
both eyes pin sharp – well done Phil