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An amateur Canadian photographer captured an incredible reflection of an eagle in Ontario last week, and his newfound fame is overwhelming.
Steve Biro, who was shooting at the Canadian Raptor Conservancy in Ontario when he shot the famous picture, has since been featured in countless articles about the shot.
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Had a blast yesterday at the Canadian Raptor conservancy and created this slow motion vid of the amazing Bald Eagle floating across the water and coming within inches of my head! #canadianraptorconservancy #raptor #baldeagle #eagle #slowmotion #beautiful #powerful #birdsofinstagram #windsorcameraclub #flight #wings #feathers #closeup #reflection
This picture, in particular, is Biro's favorite from the photo shoot because of the way the eagle looks so mean and determined.
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"The way he is staring right through me and looking mean and powerful just blew me away," Biro said.
The photo was captured with a Canon 5D Mark IV and a Canon 100mm L macro lens.