On our hike the other day, I heard a noise from above and saw a raven chasing a hawk.
I wanted to look and take pictures at the same time, not an easy task to say the least.
I had no idea if I captured anything, so I was pleased with a few images.
When they flew off toward the sun, I put my camera down and just looked.
While I was looking, I saw another raven coming from the north at a great speed. I took some wild shots and, with some luck, captured the hawk as it decided to take a dive and get out of there. Not the greatest picture, I know, but I really couldn't see a thing as I pointed and shot. In my imagination, I wanted to believe that raven number two came to help raven number one. But knowing these opportunistic birds as I now do, I am sure he came so fast because the hawk had something he also wanted. A mouse, perhaps?