A funny click from Sunday bird-blind shoot. When you try to catch the bird in flight or moving in general, what you will get most probably unless there is a really great light or you bump up ISO, is some movement blur. Sometimes the blurred image is useless, but a lot of times, when there is something sharp in the image, especially if this is important element of the image, it may work. The blur adds interest and creates some cool effect. Like in this image, where the body of cardinal is sharp, but its wings are moving, adding dynamic to the image. Also, the blue nuthutch moves its wings like crazy, creating a blue abstract.