Perching and waiting for the perfect time to strike.
Playing the waiting game with my Samsung Galaxy Note 8.
Born to be a proud bird, this white peacock is now a zoo “circus” , parading to tourists daily. Its rarity has become its selling point.
Whether it’s waiting for its date or the day’s catch, I hope it will turn out that good things are worth waiting for. Holding out for the good stuff with my Samsung S6.
What do birds say on a date? This is what I think.
Hey, wanna fly out with me?
What shall we eat on our first date?
How about earthworm buffet?
Pssst, we got company, the mynah birds are here.
Date’s over. Fly! Over-excited dog is coming!
I saw the predator perched on the rock, waiting for its prey in the waters. I waited with it to see the catch.
Gave up after 5 minutes. It outlasted me and continued waiting. Amazed by the patience of this little creature with my Samsung S6.
The predator is eyeing the prey and the prey are just wondering when it would strike. Sometimes the predator would run towards the flock and they’ll fly off, only to settle back at the same spot a few minutes later. If any one of them get caught by the predator, they are asking for it because they had their chance. Toying with fear with my Samsung S6.