Caceres Spain seems to be the city of medieval buildings and storks!
There were plenty of then perched on old buildings and flying around, but it took me forever to get a decent photo! I would see their shadow pass and by the time I got the camera out they were gone. Or worse, I would see one sitting, on top of a building, watching the people below, so I would sit and wait, and watch. I hate to admit it, I don’t have much patience for sitting and waiting and watching, especially a bird that is sitting and waiting and watching! After a couple of minutes I would find something else to watch, and when I looked back the stork would be gone!
But finally, on this day, with white puffy clouds and a beautiful blue sky as a background I caught this stork flying back to the nest, spring renovations or underway I would say! I have been rewarded despite my total lack of patience!
The photo does break some basic compositional rules, you know the ones I am talking about, rule of thirds, something “moving” through the frame should have room to move, best to have your subject in the left side of the frame, those types of rules. But I think it works, let me know what you think. A little feedback would be appreciated.