And while we thought that we'd found a cure for warbler neck by putting the treetops within 15 degrees of eye-level, a bunch of Plumbeous (with a few Scissor-tailed) Kites reminded us that birders could be on the space shuttle and they'd still be looking up.
But other birds were more cooperative. I've never had a Masked Tityra (this is a female) below eye level.
Barred Puffbird was a bird we saw backlit in rough light in Panama; this was a much cleaner view. The pic doesn't give you a sense of scale, but in life it looked practically kingfisher sized.
Bronze-winged Parrot was a bird we saw several days as flyby's. You just don't see many blue and pink birds. (So why not name it for the brown wings? I can't think of any birds with brown wings).
Finally an Aracari whose identification is easier (but forgotten for the moment).