Today’s digital cameras allow the photographer to take a burst of shots by just holding down the shutter button. My camera can take up to 6 frames per second. When a pair of Double-crested Cormorants flew over at Prince Edward Island National Park, I held the shutter button down hoping to get at least one good shot out of that series. When I looked at these 10 consecutive photos, I was amazed at the similarity of the wing positions of both birds in each shot. It looked like a synchronized flight performance.