Late Birds get Worms too / by Conor Cunningham

Easter time and the need to arise early is relegated to the status it often receives on the weekend. Rolling out of bed the other day at around 11am, I made my way to the kitchen and sat down to breakfast. I noticed that their were three Black Birds in the garden, two females and one male. They appeared to be searching the ground with great purpose. Moments later I noticed the male had its beak in the ground, and in the blink of an eye it raised its head with a large worm in its beak. Half his luck.

So the moral of the story, the only the early bird getting the worm is nonsense. Sleep in!

Shot through the dirty window of a kitchen in which I was eating breakfast. 200mm, f/2.8, ISO 400 and 1/1250