5 photos that remember that timing is everything


When it comes to beautiful photography, time is of the essence. Waiting for the perfect shot takes patience and effort, and capturing incredible images is a true form of everyday magic. Once you have taken this perfect picture, the payout is literally priceless. Pay close attention to these photos because you may be surprised by what you see.

Happy little accidents

Here we see an unsuspecting squirrel standing over a piece of mossy wood. If you simply expand the frame of the photo, a new image will appear. With the reflection of the lake, we now see a delightful heart and two squirrels approaching a tiny kiss.

Instagram / julianradwildlife

Imaginative framing

This underwater pair is the perfect example of the photographic technique known as "framing". Frame refers to the art of using the existing elements in the scene to frame your subject. Here we see the sea cliffs and the water surface, which frame the beautiful couple and create a very cheerful, pleasant picture.

Instagram / Haylsa

Catch a cool wave

Previously, only surfers had an incredible view of the interior of a wave. Thanks to a dedicated photographer you can now get an insight. Matt Burgess, the photographer, had the patience to wait for the wave to overlap and form a water wall while still keeping the clear eye of the wave in the center of the shot.

Instagram / matt_burgess_photo

Open wide

For anyone else, the subject of this photo would be a normal striped mackerel. For an experienced photographer or fisherman, the mackerel is so much more. The fish's gill clearers help catch zooplankton, and they also give a particularly eye-catching picture. Who would have thought that gill-clearers could be so visually fascinating?

Instagram / Clark Little

Explosions in the sky

these beautiful volcano makes a dazzling show. What's more, that photographer here had an obvious vision. They have the shot angled to capture the volcanic lava that explodes into the sky, complemented by a backdrop of the glorious Milky Way. This photo has captured a unique brilliant moment.

Albert Dros

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