Jaak Põder - Hidden The small ones have mastered the art of being hidden. And of course, the big ones almost too. Location: Estonia Posted on: 21/05/2011 Photo info - 31.05.2008: Canon EOS-1D Mark II N, 700 mm, ISO 640, f 5.6, 1/100 sec Tags: Actitis hypoleucos, common sandpiper, jaak poder, jõgitilder, vihitaja Cancel reply Comment We’d love you to comment on our photographs. If you can, please do so in English. And as we are here under our own names, we’d appreciate if you would do the same when commenting.* optionalYour email address will not be published.Name Email * Website * Comments Interesting Foto said: 22/05/2011 04:12 lovely composition Sven Zacek said: 22/05/2011 10:40 Yeah, if something is going on then the safest place is to hide behind your mother. Human children do it too! Bruno said: 23/05/2011 00:30 Jaak, you're definitely THE master of wonderful, intimate, mother+chick pictures. You should be very happy about this! They look so tiny! Jaak said: 23/05/2011 09:33 Thanks Bruno :-). Actually the chick is not going to hiding but to warmth (or maybe he/she was just shy :-). This was already out-of-the-nest period where the small ones' defence mechanism in case of danger was to run away from mother and once the threat was gone mother called them together again.