This image by Jane McDaniel was taken in Nov. 2016 and received an Honorable Mention in the 2nd round of the 2017 PSA Nature Competition.
Janes's comments are: A trip to Ollie’s Pond usually provides a very worthwhile experience. November 27, 2016 was a great fishing day for this Anhinga. I saw movement in the water, then saw a bloodied fish stabbed by a dripping wet Anhinga. The fish’s expression was quite memorable, but the blood quickly disappeared as he was pulled underwater and prepared for dinner. The fish was bounced against a tree branch several time to stun him and then washed again because of the tree bark. The Anhinga’s neck went straight up and down went the fish.
Photo was taken with a Nikon D500 with a Nikkor 200-500 lens. It was at the full 500mm extension, 1/2000 shutter speed, f/5.6 and 800 ISO, handheld.