Wild turkeys and some of the toughest subjects I think I have ever tackled. Even when photographing birds with which you have developed a level of trust, trying to get good sharp images is incredibly difficult. For a photo to be a keeper the head must be sharp and a turkeys head is always twisting, turning, and bobbing about.
So I was very pleased when after making 58 shots during a recent morning's shoot that I still had 19 images remaining after deleting motion blurr/missed focus shots. Of those 19 shots this image of a pair of mature gobblers feeding in the frosty meadow grass is my favorite.