Animal and bird photographers show us the world we don’t know. They have the ”right” eye and moment-catching skills that help us to understand nature and get to know its phenomena.
Yet, sometimes they have to endure some difficulties as a snowstorm, lightning, rain, etc. They may even put their lives at risk to shoot once-in-a-lifetime scenes.
This amateur photographer named Kathrin Swoboda also caught the moment. But was not about the red-winged blackbird, it was about its song that was forming smoke rings.
These incredible pictures were caught when the photographer was walking in a park in Virginia. The place is wildlife-friendly, and many people come here to take photos.
A blackbird took the attention of the man by its singing. When the man fixed the location of the bird, he noticed that while breathing, smoke was coming out caused by singing. In the chill morning, it is natural to meet such a thing but agree that you have never thought about it.
The photographer actually intended to capture its breathing but he had no clue that his photos would go viral. It wasn’t just smoke. The bird made smoke rings while singing.
He admits that these are one of the best photos of his career. Thanks to these photos, Swoboda earned Audubon Photography Awards.
We are happy about Kathrin’s success. Thanks to him we are able to enjoy this exceptional sight!