Birds in flight

GEKCO Biodiversity Owl Survey
It can be incredibly rewarding to photograph birds in flight. At the same time, there can be nothing more frustrating than photographing birds in flight. As with any and all types of wildlife photography, success is down to a combination of the usual factors which you have to juggle with: namely, light vs shutter speed vs aperture vs ISO. And who can forget luck.
Photo credit: Quintin Mills
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Congratulations Bernyce, your image has been voted as the best image in the POTW Birds in flight competition by the members in the group.
I love it, such a dynamic image Bernyce, definitely gets my vote, well done!

POTW birds in flight winner Bernyce Hollingworth

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