This was a great opportunity. The Wood Stork flew in to the swamp and made a lazy glide over the water.
I had been standing on a dike and had time to watch him come in and then slow down. There was even time to pin point focus on the Stork.
With so much time I was able to pull back on the lens, compose for a wider shot, and still have the Stork as the center focus.
When shooting out there time is something you don’t have. This was different, and I like the wider lazy look.