Do the locomotion by Kim Taylor

by - Wednesday, July 06, 2011

Amazing photos capture split-second movements of animals leaping and flying... in a single frame
 Playful pony: A Welsh pony and her rider are photographed galloping at half second intervals

 Leaping squirrel: A grey squirrel is captured jumping from branch to branch using eight images taken at 40 millisecond intervals

 Incredible insects: A cockchafer beetle, otherwise called a may bug or spang beetle, is captured flying around the garden

 Poetry in motion: Photographer Kim Taylor captures a white cat, named Pyramus, leaping from a chair onto a table, taken at 50 millisecond intervals

 Fluttering feathers: A European robin takes off from a wooden post as the sun sets in Surrey

Landing owl: A beautiful white and brown owl iis pictured landing on a wooden post in a Surrey garden

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2011394/Amazing-photos-capture-split-second-movements-animals-leaping-flying--single-frame.html#ixzz1RIUwKNpc

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