15 Amazingly Timed Photographs

January 18, 2019

15 Amazingly Timed Photographs

What is photography to you? When it comes down to the nuts and bolts it's about capturing a moment. Freezing one slice of time, a feeling, a visually stunning moment, all into a window. Something that you can show to the world. Maybe more appropriately your world; your friends, your family, your social media following. Whats important about these moments is that they don't last longer then an instant and its our job as photographers to be prepared.
At Cotton Carrier we are all about these moments. Creating products that minimize the time between seeing and photographing whatever may appear as quickly as it disappears.

Here's a list of 15 of our favorite well timed photographs

- Will Burrard-Lucas Photo
-Roger Brendhagen Photography
- Ben Knoot Photography
- Alan McFadyen
"I took this photograph near the spillway of Jordan lake dam shortly after the Osprey returned to my area for the 2013 season. Early in the spring, you can find them fishing at the base of the dam. I love photographing wildlife, but have a special place in my heart for any type of raptor.” - Photo by Brad Lenear
- Art Wolfe Photo
- Roger Brendhagan Photo
“A young bat and his mother." - Photo by Gilad Guy
Photo by David Maitland
A pied Kingfisher Photographed in flight with freshly caught prey. Pied Kingfishers are one of the most abundant Kingfisher species in the world. - Narahari Kanike Photo
- Leopold Kanzler
“A fly lands on the head of a vine snake in the Choco of Colombia.” - Photo by Robin Moore
A Silhouetted Black-Winged Stilt at sunset in Uchali, Pakistan - Wasif Yaqeen Photo
- Tony Bynum Photo
Alan McFadyen Photo