Take off

  • Photographer
    Magali CHESNEL
  • Prize
    Honorable Mention
  • Date of Photograph
    June 1st, 2019
  • Technical Info
    Camera:Mavic Pro2Hasselblad -Focal Length:10.26 mm -Shutter Speed:1/800 sec -Aperture:f/7.1 -ISO:100

A flamingo can take off rapidly from land on water or dry and fly up to 35 miles per hour (56km/hour). To take off, flamingos run several steps, begin flapping its wings, and lift off into the air. They stretch their legs out straight and use them to their advantage. They don’t get in the way when they are stretched out straight and even give the bird an aerodynamic ease. A flamingo flies with its head and neck stretched out in front and its legs trailing behind. To look up a take off is rewarding, knowing that capturing Flamingos and its essence is not easy. Photo taken in Sète - France

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