It is always nice to be at the right place at the right time. Case in point. Ann and I were prowling through Spring Creek Park, trawling for bird photo opportunites. As we neared the fence line separating the park property from the wooded area we spotted movement which proved to be a bobcat moving deeper into the woods. I stopped our Ford Escape and tried to get a better look. The cat stopped about thirty-five yards into the brush, turned and peered back at me. I could see his head, which was surrounded with branches, twigs, etc. I started to drive on, thinking there was no way I could get a photo. But I changed my mind and stopped the car again. By resting my Canon 70D with the Tamron 150-600mm lens on the driver’s side window, I could barely get the center focus point on his head. I pressed the shutter and hoped for the best. Here is the result. I hope you like it.
Exposure was 1/1000 sec @ f6.3, ISO 2500, 600mm.