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After 6 Years And 720,000 Attempts, Photographer Finally Takes Perfect Shot Of Kingfisher

Imagine trying something 720,000 times, until you got it just right! Well, yes After 6 Years Photographer Finally Takes Perfect Shot Of Kingfisher..

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Alan McFadyen, who has been an avid wildlife photographer since 2009, He just captured a photo the Kingfisher bird as it dove straight into water, 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. There is also some of his best ‘His awesome and failures’ too! Take a look below!

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PIC FROM MERCURY PRESS (PICTURED: Alan McFayden has taken 720,000 pictures of kingfishers diving trying to get the perfect shot in a location near Kirkcudbright, Scotland) A dad-of-three inspired by visits to an idyllic countryside spot to watch kingfishers as a boy with his grandfather spent SIX YEARS and took three quarters of a million photos trying to get the perfect shot in memory of his late relative. Alan McFadyen, 46, was taken as a young boy by his grandfather Robert Murray to see the kingfisher nesting spot at the beautiful lakeside location near Kirkcudbright, Scotland, 40 years ago. As he grew up, Alan never forgot his boyhood visits and so when he took up photography six years ago, he decided to make the spot he first visited as a child the focus of his attention. SEE MERCURY COPY

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After 6 Years And 720,000 Attempts, Photographer Finally Takes Perfect Shot Of Kingfisher

pic: Alan McFadyen

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