For foliage photography, that is. Breezy and overcast, the light wasn’t conducive to the colors being captured in a pleasing manner. I tried a couple but once viewed in Lightroom accepted that none shall see the light of day.
But, when I pulled over to try those shots, there were these folks scrabbling in the grass for nourishment. Surprisingly, when I got out of the car and opened the hatch to set up the tripod and camera, they did not take off which wild turkeys (Meleagris gallopavo) usually do. I was able to approach them slowly. But only one shot worked out as they were also in constant motion, bobbing up and down gathering seeds and possibly a little gravel too, and again the light was not an asset.
I waited and waited for the tom to display his tail but they wandered up the hill and disappeared into the trees without him feeling the need.