Kingfisher - What a great start to 2015 to see a Kingfisher at Holywells Park Ipswich

Kingfisher - What a great start to 2015 to see a Kingfisher at Holywells Park Ipswich

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 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

Kungsfiskare, Kingfisher, Alcedo atthis. Sågs i Västerås hamn, 30onde och 31a december 2015. Dag ett tillsammans med pappa, dags två med Kathrin. Det var soligt och isen höll på att lägga sig runt om.

Kungsfiskare, Kingfisher, Alcedo atthis. Sågs i Västerås hamn, 30onde och 31a december 2015. Dag ett tillsammans med pappa, dags två med Kathrin. Det var soligt och isen höll på att lägga sig runt om.

Belted Kingfisher (female) I have been looking for one of these for quite some time. I don't really travel to find birds, so I was so excited to see one at the lake near my house. Audubon Lake NJ

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Belted Kingfisher (female) I have been looking for one of these for quite some time. I don't really travel to find birds, so I was so excited to see one at the lake near my house. Audubon Lake NJ

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

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.

Belted Kingfisher...we've got one of these guys hanging around since the fish have come.

Belted Kingfisher...we've got one of these guys hanging around since the fish have come.

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