This youngster immediately stood out.
And believe it or not, this time he brought the fish close to me before gobbling it down instead of carrying it far away like he’s done repeatedly in the past.
It certainly doesn’t look like it but this is actually an action shot.
The coyote obviously had crane cutlets in mind for breakfast but the cranes seemed to be taunting him, even daring him to attack. The attitude and demeanor of the cranes seemed to say “Give it your best shot, Buster”.
bird photographer trying to capture kingfisher takeoff and flight shots. The fishing kingfisher had better luck than I did but I sure as hell had more fun.
The return of Yellow Warblers in the spring is almost like having the sun come back after its long winter absence.
My first kingfisher in a very long time.
Getting focus lock on a bird flying at a less than ideal angle can pay dividends when it suddenly performs an interesting flight maneuver.
For me this photo is largely about “legs”.
And a wolverine was seen, photographed and videotaped on Antelope Island two days ago. No shit!