While at the Salton Sea in Southern California, I spotted a Snowy Egret wading in the early morning sunshine. When I first saw the bird, it presented me a backside view.
After taking a few shots of the egret in that pose, I moved on to photograph other birds. Later I turned my attention back to the egret, and it had turned around, providing a better view of its neck plumage.
I have observed this same scene so many times at home in Southern Louisiana—but not at 200 feet below sea level.
The location from which these photos were taken is shown on the map below. Zoom in for more detail.