Check out this skimmer captured at Fazenda Barranco Alto in Brazil. Due to how their beaks are built they have a unique way to catch fish. They fly low and fast over streams. Their lower mandible slices the water surface and all the small fish, which don’t make it away in time, will be snatched.
Introduced into the UK in the 19th century, the diminuitive Little Owl can now be seen along hedgerows, on farmland and in parkland across England and Wales. It often perches on a pole or rock, looking out for its unsuspecting prey.
Little owl - Not wild
A Rippled Triple Vision
After some experimenting on the Canon EOS 70D I discovered a sweet new tool where I can take three consecutive photos and the camera processes the subjects in movement. Granted I should have been using at least a monopod to keep the camera stable the photo still came out well. Honestly, this would be best taken when an animal can create three entirely seperate frames within the same photo. Anyway, there was a trio of Canada Geese heading straight in my direction on the shoreline.
Canada Goose (Branta canadensis)
Canon EOS 70D
Tamron SP 150-600mm 5-6.3g G2