Alan McFadyen, who has been an avid wildlife photographer since 2009, just captured a photo that he has spent 6 years trying to get. By his count, it took him 4,200 hours and 720,000 photos to get a perfect shot of a kingfisher diving straight into the water without a single splash

After 6 Years And 720,000 Attempts, Photographer Finally Takes Perfect Shot Of Kingfisher

Alan McFadyen, who has been an avid wildlife photographer since just captured a photo that he has spent 6 years trying to get. By his count, it took him hours and photos to get a perfect shot of a kingfisher diving straight into the wa

Ijsvogel -  Alcedo atthis. Waarnemingen: 22 Januari 2015 landt ie op 2 meter van het keukenraam op een metalen standaard.

Did you know that the feathers are colourless, it is the reflection of light that gives the colour!

A BEAUTIFUL blue kingfisher dive-bombs straight as an arrow into a lake — and soars majestically back into the air clutching its catch. The incredible picture is made up from six frames taken within milliseconds by wildlife photographer Tony House, 44, from Milton Keynes, at Elstow, Bedford.

Majestic kingfisher enjoys taking a dip

Look at this bird the King Fisher. This little creature was created by God unique to survive. The King Fisher has a coat of feathers that do not soak up water so that it can dive under water quickly and swiftly without having to dry of.

Belted kingfisher (Ceryle alcyon)

Belted Kingfisher (Ceryle alcyon) photographed by Kusmin&Api in North Vancouver, BC, Canada on July 2012

A Kingfisher Emerges From its Dive in Kirkcudbright, Scotland.   (Photograph By: © Alan McFadyen.)

Photographer takes perfect snap of kingfisher after 6 years trying

The kingfishers' speed at diving into the water has been described as 'like a bullet' by the 46-year-old snapper

Photographer takes perfect snap of kingfisher after 6 years trying

The crested kingfisher (Megaceryle lugubris) is a very large kingfisher that is native to parts of southern Asia, stretching eastwards from the Indian Subcontinent towards Japan.

The crested kingfisher (Megaceryle lugubris) is a very large kingfisher that is native to parts of southern Asia, stretching eastwards from the Indian Subcontinent towards Japan.

Jewel of the stream by Corné van Oosterhout

earthandanimals: “ Jewel of the stream by Corné van Oosterhout ” Common Kingfisher, Alcedo atthis (Coraciiformes - Alcedinidae)

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