And you should be pretty satisfied with your catch, too! 😉
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Thank you, Pit! These two photos opened the gate for action photography for me. 🙂
Happy Friday and weekend. 🙂
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incredible captures, Amy! #2 is just awesome! wow! 🙂
Thank you, Lola! The bird was right above the water. 🙂
Beautiful! What a catch for the both of you.
It really was. Right time for these two captures. 🙂
Great catch….yours and the bird, perhaps a Darter?
Thank you, Brian! I’m sure you are right. 🙂
Nice catch. For the bird and you.
Thank you, Mary! I was thrilled… the bird was so happy. 🙂
Uauuuuuuu Amy, great captures!!!
Thank you, Paulo!! I started my bird photography from here on. 🙂
Fantastic photos, Amy. And congratulations on your first bird action shot. Cormorants do a lot of fishing, but it is not very often they do it above water.
Thank you for the info, Jet. Actually the Cormorant went up to the small bird (right behind him) and stole the fish from his/her mouth. So unexpected and so rude, that’s nature.
Great capture with dinner served.
Thank you, Sally! The bird was amazingly fast. 🙂
Fantastic captures! Great job.
Thank you so much, Irene! Happy to share with you. 🙂
Wow great shots Amy.. perfect catch .. for you both..:D Wished you had a good zoom lens though… could have become a nat geo moment!
Means so much from you, Raj! 🙂
What makes of a beautiful photo …a stunning one!
Thank you so much Anna! Happy to see you. 🙂
Wonderful. You are an artist.
I was lucky to be there at the right time. 🙂
Thank you, CM!
Remarkable pictures. Teach a bird to fish and the photographer is happy for a whole weekend!
Thank you, Simon! The bird had a delicious breakfast and I was happy for the whole weekend. 🙂
I really like your wildlife pictures, Amy.
Thank you for your comment and support, Robbie!
Amy that is absolutely incredible. so vivid and clear. This could be straight off the cover of a nature magazine.
I’m honored by your compliment, Sue. I have seen your photos and many more in IG! 🙂
Those pictures are perfect. You took the picture at the right time.
Right timing for sure. So glad you enjoyed it.Thank you! 🙂
An amazing capture Amy. Nice way for me to wake up seeing this great photo.
Thank you, Sue! It’s a treat whenever I get there early in the morning and watch these bird actions. 🙂
Happy to share.
Very nice picture!
Thank you! 🙂
Not PURE luck, after all you had to be with the camera focused on him! Well done.
Thank you for your compliment, Tina! I agree, you do have to wait and be prepared for capturing bird actions. 🙂
Thank you, Sue! 🙂
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So often the camera sees more than we do. You saw the shots, though
Thank you, Derrick! I held the camera for a little while before the action started. 🙂
Superb captures Amy – more than satisfying, for the bird for you and for us! 😀
I’m honored, Dahlia! Appreciate so much of your comment. 🙂
Entirely my pleasure Amy!😊
Love your shots Amy.
Great shots!!! Cameras often detect things which we fail to see…
Fantastic capture Amy, perfect timing!
You should be happy with your photographic catch as well, Amy. Nice shots.
I’m almost sure I won’t be able to capture like this again… Thank you, Dragon!
Congratulations to you! 🙂
And you should be very satisfied with those shots.
Do not know if you have heard of the golfer Gary Player. He has a saying: the more I practice the luckier I get!
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