Different phases of the flight pattern of a Eurasian kingfisher (Alcedo atthis) taking off from a dead branch. Kingfishers are known to be lightning-fast flyers and it was formerly quite a challenge to shoot their takeoff. Fortunately, state-of-the-art technologies render this task much easier.
|Photo Location:||Cudrefin, Switzerland|
|Camera:||Canon EOS R7|
|Copyright:||© Antoine Weis|