Every year I look forward to the Cedar Waxwings that visit our Holly berry trees in the backyard. I've been told it's not their favorite berry, so when they've exhausted all the other fruit-bearing plants, they come to our Hollys. The light today was terrible, but I was determined to get one with a berry. It's unfortunate that the beak is obscured in the only decent shot. I hope to get a better one in the next week, so the Waxwing may make another appearance soon. What can you do? Nature seldom cooperates for the camera.
400mm | f/5.6 | ISO 400 | 1/160 sec (HANDHELD!)