A slingshot can be used for many things, but most of the time it's just used to have some good old-fashioned fun and that's one thing this fish slingshot definitely does. For the sake of some great wilderness photography, this fish slingshot has been used to bring bald eagles out.
Ken Kester is a nature photographer who knows that while it's important to be patient with animals, it works just as well to prod them a bit. Free food on the fly is a good start. In this video Kester launches fish into the Mississippi river, much to the delight of the eagles in the area. The fish slingshot provides an important lesson for photographers. If you want to get the good shots sometimes you have to go out and get them.
This Fish Slingshot Finds a Creative Way to Feed the Birds
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