I find it funny that when I look back on all my kingfisher photos, I am only ever really happy with the last few days worth. I know I am getting closer to the birds now and it is making a huge difference to the resulting images but even so, my favourites are always from the current shoots.
I store all my images by date and venue rather than by bird species, so I never really look at all of the kingfisher images in one go. I could use Lightroom to view them but I just haven’t really seen the point. Looking at how many I now have, perhaps the point would be to cull some of them to make more room on the hard drive.
While the co-ordination of the crabs is fascinating to watch, it doesn’t save them. The kingfishers can spot them from a great distance and are so fast the crabs just don’t stand a chance. Lucky for them their population numbers are so high otherwise an entire food chain might collapse.