Steve Biro, a Canadian photographer, had the unique opportunity in life to capture the best shot of his life. He was lucky enough to click on a rare photograph of a bald eagle and its reflection in the water in perfect symmetry, while he was visiting the Canadian Raptor Conservancy.
The photograph was taken in Vittoria, Ontario, on May 4 and went viral after he shared the image on his Instagram account with a title that read: "What a lucky thing to capture a symmetrical reflection of this beautiful bald eagle that comes directly to me! "
Biro is an amateur photographer who has been in this profession for about 10 years.
To get the perfect shot, the photographer had to take a few hundred shots while the bald eagle stared at him. He said: "I could tell he was upset because he was so close to the edge of the pond." He added: "That seemed to be their territory."
This is what Twitter had to say about this perfect photo.
Great image in the @ Daily mirror Today captured by photographer Steve Biro.
The bald eagle Bruce seems dreadfully dreadful when he pounces on a pond.
Steve, 53, said: "I loved the way he looked at me through me." He took the photo at the Canadian Raptor Conservancy in Ontario. pic.twitter.com/qSbm6sW9s9
– Johnny Goldsmith (@MirrorJohnny) May 23, 2019
This photographer was fortunate enough to capture a remarkably symmetrical reflection of this beautiful bald eagle at the Canadian Raptor Conservancy 🦅
Credit: Steve Biro pic.twitter.com/9P0ahEekuR
– Skeptic kitten 😼 (@KittenSkeptic) May 20, 2019
This was an excellent photo in fact. Click here to follow Steve Biro on Instagram.