A flock of starlings flies — in the shape of a bird.
Photographer James Cromby said it took 50 visits and 500 snaps to get the perfect shot.
The bird was photographed on Rough Energy in Westmeath, Ireland.
James said: “I’m usually a sports photographer, so for a while I had a little time to think about other things. I had an image in my head.
“I saw them forming. I came back to get the image in my head.”
James, who runs Inpho Photography in Ireland, was named “Press Photographer of the Year” 2021 in Dublin last month.
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Meanwhile, Benhurst saw Starling I have a whale in the Fairburn Ings Nature Reserve in West Yorkshire.
He said: “I’m just lucky.”
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Starling tweets fly — in the shape of a bird
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