Photo Challenge: Motion Blur

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I am a wildlife photographer and an evolutionary biologist. I love to bring my camera to every place I visit and try to make something different at every chance I get. 

In this picture we can see a male kingfisher, shaking his body after trying to catch some small fish. He often fishes from this narrow branch and always shakes his body dry after every attempt, launching a bunch of little droplets of water...


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