Good Timing

Good timing sure helps. Yesterday was one of those days where my timing was pretty good. To be in the right spot when the critters are active. There are a lot of factors that come in to aiding in good timing. A mix of patience, persistence, blended with a little knowledge of species. Luck certainly plays a role. When focused one gets a feeling of intuition.

Repetition may be boring but it is probably the best aid in good timing. Like an athlete honing his hand eye coordination. After a while it becomes natural. Offering that feeling of connection…

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Today’s Flashback Photo “Osprey” fishing

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3 Responses to Good Timing

  1. Mary S. says:

    Grampy, You are right: Luck may be another word for focus that aids intuition. Superior pix! A definite “who’d’ve thunk!” MCS

  2. Your timing was right on target this time! I’ve never seen a blue heron with so much movement in its feathers as the one dancing on the iron has.
    Great shots of the eagles and the osprey too! Amazing how many fish the birds pull out of that river.

    • Grampy says:

      New Hampshire Gardener,
      When the wind hits just right it can set the feathers to dancing. Thank You, saw the first Osprey of the season today. About three weeks earlier than normal. It is something how many fish are supplied by the rivers.

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