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SPLIT SECOND IMAGES OF ANIMALS IN MOTION

To prove cats really always land on their feet, one photographer has gone to extraordinary length to capture animals in motion. Using a special photographic technique that catches everything from the beat of a birds wing to the flick of a squirrels tail as it leaps through the air, Kim Taylors stunning photos of animal locomotion show how every day creatures move in awesome detail. Using special homemade equipment, he is able to capture his subjects in fractions of a second.

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