Okay so I have this back to front. You can walk by a stretch of water on a sunny day and looking at the river you can often be forgiven for asking yourself:
"Where are all the fish?"
You wander on worrying that there may be none there.
Come by in a summer's evening though and you will find yourself on the other end of the see-saw. My pocket camera is very good but like other small cameras it refreshes rather slowly compared to a professional's DSLR or Leica M9. So the sequence below is over four and a half minutes, but the results would have been very similar if taken over four and half seconds with a quicker camera. The pictures are noisy due to the low light levels but you can still see the activity going on here.
Click each picture twice to get a much closer look.
At times like these I start asking myself not where all the fish are but instead:
How do they all fit in?
You can see why I implore you all to stay as late as you can whenever possible.