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.
I knew…the egret knew…and especially the fish knew how this would all turn out.
One happy egret, but not a good day at all for the fish…
Great shots. Just love the last one.
Thanks, that fish never had a chance.
Amazing that he can get that huge fish down that slim throat. Great shooting!
It never fails to amaze me what these birds will catch and eat!
You wouldnt want that fish to go down the wrong way ouch! Fantastic shots!
That’s exactly right, those fins going the wrong way could open the inside of the birds mouth. Yikes!
Fish are certainly on the bottom of the food chain aren’t they.
It often seems like they exist to be a meal for somebody else. Even other fish.
Lol looks like he caught you looking. Excellent captures.
He may have realized he had an audience but as long as I didn’t try to take away his dinner all is well.
It’s that darn food chain again!
Yes it sure is. Seafood is really just another name for food for everybody. 🙂
Thanks for looking.
Looks like the egret was giving you a “you’d better get out of here!”
As long as I didn’t try to take his fish away from him I think he was mostly fine that I was there. His main concern is dinner. 🙂
You get fed, you’re happy!
That’s my basic philosophy on life.
Super sequence, Phil!!
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