Hummingbirds flap their wings so fast that they appear to be a blur to the naked eye. We only see them fully in flight with the results of high-speed cameras. Photographer Christian Spencer not only caught a hummingbird in mid-flight, but in front of the sun. The sunlight is filtered through the black-and-white bird's feathers, scattering the colors of the spectrum.
A Black jacobin hummingbird flies in front of the rising sun in the atlantic rainforest in Brazil revealing wings of rainbows as the sunlight penetrates the wings. The prism effect
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See more pictures of this hummingbird, and more of Spencer's gorgeous nature photography, at Instagram. -via Laughing Squid