This mink was very busy hunting along the coast. It was dodging in and out of rocks lining the shore. Every so often, the mink would poke its head up to look around. It was keeping an eye on the humans that were walking nearby. As the mink made its way, I went far ahead of it and waited for it to approach me. The mink moved very fast. Fortunately, I had guessed that the mink would spend a moment in the shade of a cedar tree. That moment lasted for less than 30 seconds, but it was long enough for a quick portrait. Soon the mink was on its way.