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Photographer takes perfect snap of kingfisher after 6 years trying

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

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Amazing beauty - an albino ruby-throated hummingbird in Staunton, Virginia ~ photographers Marlin Shank, aged16, Shaphan Shank, 14, Darren Shank, 12 & Allen Shank, 9. Visit the link to see the rest of their photos. . . . . ღTrish W ~ . . . . #beauty #hummingbird #photography

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Remarkable Macro Photograph of a Hummingbird by Chris Morgan (Colossal)

Remarkable Macro Photograph of a Hummingbird by Chris Morgan

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Majestic kingfisher enjoys taking a dip

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.

Fifteen-year-old photographer Marlin Shank was fortunate enough to capture several images of a rare albino ruby-throated hummingbird while in a park in Staunton, Va

“Photo by @anandavarma. Close up of a Volcano Hummingbird. Photographed on Cerro de la Muerte (“Mountain of Death”) in the Talamanca mountain range of…”


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Swallowtail & Ruby-Throated Hummingbird

Purple-throated Carib Hummingbird (photo by priscilla burcher) - The purple throated caribe is notable for the differences in the appearance of the sexes. The male is larger and stronger than the female and has a shorter straight beak. Her beak is curved and about 1/3 longer.

Velvet Purple Coronet This bird has just landed and is doing its characteristic aggressive display. Photographer: Durwood Edwards | Camera: NIKON D700 | Date: 11/29/11 7:59 AM | Resolution: 634 x 720 | ISO: 800 | Exp. Time: 1/100s | Aperture: 5.6 | Focal Length: 380.0mm (~380.0mm) (528×600)

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