I caught this little bird at an odd angle. All shots were taken from slightly above. Photographing a warbler usually entails leaning way, way, back. They are always up in the trees.
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Tight grass like this can play havoc with focusing. By default I use a 4 point focus matrix. Here that would not have worked well. A quick change to single point (not pin point) allowed me to track the bird and not include any of the close in marsh grass.