I like that shot, although I feel sorry for that darter.Just came across this old shot I took of a Little Egret catching a Common Darter dragonfly, taken on a 5DIII and 300mm f/2.8 II + 2xTC, a tiny crop which I have now enlarged 2x using Topaz Gigapixel. That lens with the 2xTC is phenomenally sharp, and I had some very satisfying shots with it on the 5DIII. A gem of a lens, which could be reworked as a lighter weight RF version to go with a high resolution sensor.
Really nice sharpness from that outdated low pixel camera. I will keep mine sime time longer
By the way:
That shot reminds me of a situation that took place in the "Vogelpark Walsrode" (famous German bird zoo):
I was watching a wattled crane that was frozen like a statue when a really beautiful big southern hawker flew by.
Blazingly fast, faster than I've ever expected from that crane it snapped at that hawker and cought it with one move.
I was deeply imressed. And I've never seen any bird moving that fast again.