Steve Biro, an amateur photographer, always wanted to take a photo that defined nature and symmetry. He’s been a photographer for ten years, but it is only now that nature cooperated with him, and he clicked the photograph of a lifetime.
He clicked an eagle with its wings spread, reflected in perfectly symmetry as it flew over a pond.
He took the photo on May 4, when he was visiting the Canadian Raptor Conservancy in Vittoria, but it went viral very recently.
Biro told the Canadian media:
“It became quite overwhelming, to be honest, but it’s a lot of fun too. It’s quite a wild ride.”
Biro waited on the ground at the edge of the pond to capture that perfect shot. When the eagle flew over the pond, he claims to have taken a couple of hundred shots without caring about the anger on the bird’s face.
He always knew he’d be a little too close to the bird if he wanted that perfect shot, but he did start to get nervous when he could feel the air coming off the bird’s flapping wings.
“I had in mind the type of shot I wanted to get. I knew it would be tough. I could tell he was annoyed with me being so close to the edge of the pond. That seemed to be his territory.”
However, he did get the perfect shot with the glorious bird’s reflection in the pond, with its wings spread and his eyes looking straight into the camera. It looks like a majestic photo and we hope to see more of such fantastic photography by Steve Biro.