Photographer captures extraordinary moment as three bobcats perch on a log, aided by a drone.
Capturing a great photograph requires technical skill, foresight, and intuition, but you also need a lot of luck! After all, being in the right place at the right time is something that’s hard to plan for. But, of course, a skilled photographer recognizes the charmed scene and knows when to snap the photo.
In many cases what you need in the first place is luck! When you think about it, it’s really hard to make a plan of how to be at the right place at the right time. Some things just can’t be planned, no matter how hard we try. But a great and skilled photographer does know how to make use of the moment he/she was lucky to be part of. A skilled photographer can recognize the once-in-a-lifetime scene and knows when’s the right time to capture the photo.
Mike Mayou is one such picture taker who persuaded amazingly fortunate to be the proprietor of a flying robot that got a triplet of catamounts sitting on a log, close to the cold water. He was flying his robot over the St. Louis River in Minnesota when he saw the triplet and chose to reproduce the second in a once in a blue moon photograph. This astonishing photograph includes all the three major felines, taking a gander at the camera. They have the conspicuous inquisitive articulations that help us to remember the little cats we are utilized to. Mike Mayou, who is a picture taker, was flying his robot over the St. Louis River in Minnesota on December 16. He was out on a photography experience. At the same time, he saw a threesome of catamounts sitting on a log together. They looked entirely agreeable and it appeared as though they were hanging out or something.
Bobcats are so difficult to be spot together because they are solitary animals. So that’s why he got all excited when he noticed them because he knew that it was pretty rare occurrence. Therefore, he was very happy that his drone made it possible for him to interact with them in a very unique way. He said that they appeared to be willing to make their little collaboration work, since they were standing and sitting still. That way they helped Mayou to capture a few photos of them.
Mayou says that due to his drone he was able to capture these unplanned images. Knowing that it’s really almost impossible for humans to see something like that, he was happy to have had his drone and capture the animals in a unique way. But he admits that he may have got too close to the animals. And if he has one such opportunity one more time, he says the he wouldn’t go so close to them. He says that their behavior could change and it’d be bad if the drone is so close to them, as it was this time.