Here is a little cottontail I photographed in a field in a field near the Trinity River Audubon Center here in Dallas. ¬†Slow shutter speed, pan with the subject, and don’t be afraid to fail – most of these types of images don’t work out, but if you stay at it you can get some that do. ¬†With moving subjects that have wings or legs is to only blur them a bit (here 1/15 second). ¬†Otherwise the legs would completely disappear and it would be a legless ¬†hover-rabbit. ¬†The other key is to get some semblance of a sharp eye.

Cottontail rabbit runningCanon 1D Mk III.  500mm.  ISO 800.  f/20 @ 1/15 second.