Be an observer before deciding on your next course of actionObservation is very important in every sphere of life. You need to observe whatever is happening around you and then have to take an appropriate decision. Whether you are playing a game, running a race or an animal chasing its prey if the observation is not good enough the chance will be lost. Actually, that's how all creatures on this earth evolved. The observation starts since the beginning of our existence and the more powerful the observation better is the decision. Without observing, it is not possible to decide our next course of action. Even during any investigation process minute observation of the place of activity for necessary clues is required. You also need to observe the activities of others when you possess something that needs protection.
In the picture, the Crow and the Common Myna are in an interesting position and observing each other's action. The Crow is feeding on some grains and protecting its possession by observing what the Common Myna is doing and in the same way, the Common Myna is minutely observing how long the Crow is closely protecting its possession. If somehow the Myna finds any distraction on the part of the Crow it will swiftly move over and try to gain possession of the grains. So, be an observer first and then decide.
This is an entry to the Picture-based TOW contest.