In a split second these three birds spotted the fish and turned.
At the time of the dive they were not very high in the air. It was a quick twist and then straight down. Three at the same moment.
Each bird hit the surface with a fraction of a second between them. Pretty much in the same formation as when they first turned.
I had never seen Pelican fish in such close proximity to each other before.
It was loud, really loud at the end.
Because they started from such a low altitude the entire sequence took approximately a single second. The time stamps on the images were all just about the same.
Now that’s amazing.