The FLYING SMILE...
April 20, 2016 • Leave a Comment
I've only found this common and possible with birds that often fly in formations... geese & ducks. And usually, at least for me, more common as they are flying AWAY, rather than toward you. However, there is often a 'smile' (or frown) in their pattern... if you just look (and have your camera ready).
This image was is about 800mm
1/1000th Shutter Speed
Late afternoon, with sun starting to go down behind them (and me).
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