When a man shot a bird on his car, it sparked a viral phenomenon that became known as the “TSS photography” craze.
The photographer was a self-described bird lover and was not the first person to shoot a bird in public.
His pictures of the feathered friend were published by a local paper and soon spread across the country.
“We got quite a bit of attention from people,” said Joe Hargrove, a local bird collector who said he had been buying bird photos of the avian icon since 2006.
“We were going to sell the pictures to museums and people would be going to the museums and looking at them.
People were like, ‘Why are you shooting this?
What are you doing with it?’
But it didn’t matter.
The birds were still around.”
The bird photos became so popular that a local artist began collecting them, which became the basis for a larger collection, called The Birds of New York City.
It was the beginning of a new era in bird photography, Hargrot said.
“It was a time when people would go out and see birds for the first time,” he said.
In 2015, the TSS collection reached its zenith, when more than 100,000 bird photos were snapped.
The artist has been collecting the bird photos ever since.
He said he started collecting bird photos in 2010.
The TSS Collection is part of a larger bird photography trend in the United States, where many people want to document their bird encounters in a way that captures a unique bird experience.
Bird photography has a history in the US dating back to at least the 1920s.
Birds are typically kept as trophies and prized by collectors who want to keep them.
Some are used in museum exhibits to give visitors a unique experience, but many others are used as a tool to teach the basics of bird hunting.
Tss photographer Joe Hagerrove took his birds on a bird-watching trip.
The photos of birds being released in the field of Manhattan are a classic example of this.
The bird pictures are still widely distributed and are viewed as an example of bird photography.
But there are now several new trends in bird collection.
Many people like to use the images as part of their personal portfolio.
Other people like using them as a way to share a bird experience or even an idea.
Some people use them as reference guides for bird photography projects or as a training tool.
And others use them to capture unique bird moments in nature.
According to Hargropve, the new trends are beginning to take hold.
“People are taking more of the bird pictures and people are using them for inspiration,” he told The Huffington Post.
“I have people going to me and saying, ‘I just want to shoot this shot of this bird.’
I love that.
I love the challenge of doing that.
People are taking the time to learn and to look at bird photos and to see what makes birds tick.
People want to know what makes a bird tick.”
“When people want an experience that doesn’t involve them in a museum or a museum is going to be a challenge, so I think we’ve all been looking at bird photography and trying to figure out what that bird looks like and how do we use that in a different way,” Hargrog said.
“People have been doing it for so long that people have become comfortable with the process, so it’s been a natural evolution for people to be like, Oh, yeah, this is fun to do, I like this, I’m going to do this.”
The bird photography craze has also inspired other people to share their experiences.
One of Hargrolves most famous bird photos, which he published in 2012, is one that shows a bird being released into the wild in the middle of Manhattan, and is the subject of a viral video that has since garnered more than 2 million views.
Hargroves video was published in November 2014.
He captured the scene as he and his friend went to a park in the city’s Chinatown neighborhood to take a bird photo.
“This is an iconic moment in history,” he captioned the video.
“Just a couple of hours ago, I was taking this bird photo in Chinatown, which is where I grew up.
It was a big moment for me.”
The video went viral and attracted more than two million views, according to Hagerrot.
A year later, Hagerrote was at the park again to capture the scene in front of him.
This time, Hagrove and his friends were not going to take the bird home.
They wanted to capture it for the internet.
“We’re just going to go outside and take the photos and get them published and then get them out to people,” Hagrot said, explaining why he decided to put his birds down.
“And I’m not really looking for