Tues looked to be a good day (heck, any day on the water is better than being at work!) and I headed to Gloucester for a day on the water. Rocker, an adult male, was feeding, using a chin breach, then a kick, to stun his prey. Another adult, male, Regulus, came up to the side of the boat for a few minutes (and I do mean close, the tip of the chin was just 4' from the side of the hull!!!) The afternoon got cloudy, so much for accuracy in forecasts..... Rocker up for a look. Look close on the left side just above the water for his open eye. NIKON D300    ---    300mm    f/4.0    1/2500s    ISO 200 Regulus at the boat, 70mm full image, just resized, no crop. NIKON D2X    ---    70mm    f/4.0    1/1250s    ISO 200 Rocker on a feeding lunge NIKON D2X    ---    200mm    f/4.0    1/3000s    ISO 200 Battered from several entanglements and a hard life, the tail still works!