Florida route 60, in between US 27 and Florida's Turnpike
Canon 1DX Mk II, Canon 200-400 f/4.0L lens with internal teleconverter, 560mm, 1/2000th, f/8.0, ISO 1000, handheld
There were three active Osprey nests within 100’ of each other on the shore of Lake Weohyakapka in central Florida. It was early morning, so all three nests had parents bringing in fish for their hungry nestlings. I was shooting the nestlings in one nest when out of the corner of my eye, I caught an incoming parent carrying breakfast. I pivoted to shoot one more parent clasping a fish, when to my amazement, a Fish Crow zoomed in and repeatedly dive-bombed the Osprey! I have no idea what the issue was, but the Fish Crow was just relentless in harassing the Osprey, so I just kept the birds in the frame and held the shutter button down for 29 frames of continuous action. This is the shot that best captured the feeling of the event.