I previously worked as a news and sports photographer. Recently I have been enjoying wildlife photography. My approach toward bird photos is similar to sports photography. I attempt to capture mostly action and hopefully a unique perspective.
Yesterday afternoon this anhinga surfaced in the marsh pond right in front of me with a fish stabbed on the end of his sharp bill.
After a quick jiggle and toss, the fish was mid air and headed down the hatch!
WOW! What a moment you captured dear Phil, I am speechless 🙂 Thanks and Love, nia
Thank you so much Nia!
Che scatti fantastici, hai scattato attimo dopo attimo il pasto del cormorano !!
Grazie Pat, sono felice che ti piace queste foto!
Right Place, Right Time and a great photographer!! WOW!!
I appreciate your kind comments thank you!
Wow! Spectacular sequence.
Thanks for checking these out and glad you liked seeing the anhinga!
Fantastic captures. I’m gobsmacked at these
So glad you liked them, thanks!
These are very cool images. I just love your timing.
Thanks a bunch glad you enjoyed the photos.
Wow! You did amazing work here. The quality of the photos and the way you captured the whole sequence are incredible.
I greatly appreciate your very kind comments thank you.
What a fun picture series! Great shots capturing this:)
Hey I’m glad you enjoyed seeing the anhinga in action!
Superb pictures love the captures…
Thanks a bunch Linda I appreciate it.
Wow! Were you in the water with the anhinga? My mouth is as wide open as the anhinga’s in the last shot!
Thanks very much Mike, but my feet stayed dry, I was right at the edge. 🙂
Amazing. But didn’t you promise a few times to do photos like this of you?
Yeah that’s right, with M&Ms I believe? Didn’t I post those yet? Humm… must have lost them in the big hard drive crash of 2014.
Wow, such a good timing !
Thanks very much for looking and commenting, I appreciate it!
Nice shot sequence, Phil. No doubt the fish got Mr. Anhinga’s point.
Oh that fish definitely got the point!
This is nature captured as art – classy
I appreciate that Scott thank you.
Thea says this is a real “Oops” moment for the fish! She goes home today, I shall really miss looking at your fantastic shots with her and her pithy comments! Never mind, she’ll be back in the summer!
Sad to hear you will be losing your little companion for a bit, but time will go fast and Thea will be back bringing joy very soon. So glad you both enjoy the wildlife photos!
Have no idea how you manage to capture these great moments. Wow. These guys are amazing hunters and flippers! 🙂
They are super experts at what they do and never fail to amaze me!
No shutter lag here. 😉
These birds are fast and I work hard to keep up but that’s the fun in it!
Incredible shots – had to look at them twice to truly take in your amazing feat!
The look on the fishes face as he’s looking down at where he was going.
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