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Starling tweets fly — in the shape of a bird

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.

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Starlings tweeting on Lough Ennell in Westmeath, IrelandCredit: Rex Features

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.

Meanwhile, Benhurst saw Starling I have a whale in the Fairburn Ings Nature Reserve in West Yorkshire.

He said: “I’m just lucky.”

Another view of Ireland's spectacular starlings, taken by photographer James Cromby

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Another view of Ireland’s spectacular starlings, taken by photographer James CrombyCredit: Rex Features
On the other hand, in West Yorkshire, tweets twist and plunge into the shape of a whale.

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On the other hand, in West Yorkshire, tweets twist and plunge into the shape of a whale.Credit: Caters News Agency
A spectacular moment when thousands of starlings form a “duck shape” in the sky

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Starling tweets fly — in the shape of a bird

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