Wildlife photographer Alan McFadyen spent 6 years and eventually got a perfect shot of a kingfisher diving straight into the water with no splash from 720,000 photos he took . “The photo I was going for of the perfect dive, flawlessly straight, with no splash required not only me to be in the right place and get a very lucky shot but also for the bird itself to get it perfect, I would often go and take 600 pictures in a session and not a single one of them be any good.” Alan McFadyen told The Herald Scotland.
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