There were three crows and a seagull chilling on the parkade railing after the snowfall, keeping a calm watch over the Fraser River and presumably looking for something to eat. I was setting up a shot of all of them when they started to take off, one after another, in a flurry of feathers and snowflakes. This crow here was the last to take flight, and I still can't believe I got to the button in time. Usually when I try to capture a crow in motion, I'll get a few tailfeathers at one end of the photo if I'm lucky.
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