A rainbow slices through the water at Silver Creek after taking down a baetis. I got within about 7 feet of this fish and tracked as many midges and baetis as time would allow over this rainbow's feeding lane. It took about 20 minutes for this particular fish to adjust to my presence in the water. For whatever reason, this rainbow did not see me as much of a threat with the exception that it never moved any closer to me to feed. This particular shot was taken at 1/8000th of a second at ƒ2.8.
Nikon D3s, Nikon ƒ2.8 80-200 afs lens