I was shooting photos of the Trumpeter Swans and was just about to pull the trigger on this shot when suddenly a couple female Merganser Ducks flashed across the frame. I reacted as fast as I could but was a little slow so I caught them further to the right side than I would have liked but I thought it was still unique enough to be worth sharing here. The camera focused on the ducks which I think was a good thing in this case. I also swung right a bit in my attempt to catch the ducks and got too much of the marsh grasses into the frame but it all happened in about a second so I was lucky to get anything at all!
Sony a6500, SEL200600G @ 600 mm, ISO-200, f/6.3, 1/3200, hand held.