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Drying After Fishing

The Anhinga is a diving bird thaat dives underwater to catch their prey. Since they have no oil in their feathes, they must dry them after the hunt. They may be seen in most marshy areas with their wings spread in the sunlight. This image was created with a Canon 5S Mk3, and Sigma Sport 150-600 mm lens using an ISO of 2000, Aperature of f/5.6 and 1/750 sec shutter speed