Today’s Solutions: December 03, 2023

You can be a wildlife photographer you’re entire life, and you probably won’t capture a photo as amazing as the one amateur photographer Steve Brio recently did. Sitting by a pond in Ontario, Canada, Mr. Biro spotted a bald eagle flying about. Or rather, the bald eagle spotted him.

Apparently, the giant bird wasn’t too thrilled by Biro’s presence and kept flying just above his head trying to scare him off. This provided Biro the chance of a lifetime to capture a symmetrical image of the beautiful bald eagle as it whizzed over the pond straight at him. To read the full story behind this precious shot, take a look right here.

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