GBH catching minnow

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Got to the river a bit late this morning, so the light was already hot. When I saw this heron I almost ignored it - backlit in bright sun, a long stalk to get close, and the birds are not acclimated to people at this spot so they launch at the slightest disturbance. But I decided to take it as a challenge to compensate for the variables in front of me. I even brought my camera manual with me and did some reading between forward creeps. It was a good way to spend an hour!

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200-400VR, ISO 200, f4, 1/800 except for the last one at 1/1000.
 
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lololol
All that for a minnow. They are so funny.
Great series.. Love it when they go head first in splashing.
 
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Ha! It is amazing that they can make such a big splash and come up with something so small Thanks for looking and for the comments.
 
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Thanks for looking and commenting everyone. I really appreciate it. Here's a bonus shot where the fish gets his moment in focus (poor guy):

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