An hour after daybreak the sound of gobbling echoed from a nearby hill and progressively became nearer. Finally, the first gobbler stepped into view. Soon the flock was moving past close by as the sun broke through the dissipating clouds. In a few moments the clouds again covered the sun and the gobblers had moved beyond range.
For a moment what had at first appeared to be a poor photographic morning changed remarkably for the better. A moment is all it takes to capture a memorable image. The wildlife photographer spends many hours outdoors in all kinds of weather conditions waiting for that moment, the moment that makes all of the hours worthwhile