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The peregrine falcon, pictured, dives into a perfect support that makes it look like the B2 bomber

It's a bird, it's a plane! Peregrine Falcon looks exactly like a B-2 bomber while diving into the earth in a dazzling shot

  • The peregrine falcon was driven down in La Jolla, San Diego
  • It is one of the fastest birds in the sky and can reach a speed of 390 km / h
  • The B-2 aircraft has been used by the United States as a conventional bomber
  • Photographer Thomas Kaestner said he was patient because the shot took hours to get
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A peregrine falcon is depicted diving into an impressive shot in a wing profile that looks like a B-2 bomber.

The bird of prey shoots down as if he is about to destroy a target.

The stunning photos were taken by the 63-year-old semi-professional photographer, Thomas Kaestner, from San Diego, California.

The peregrine falcon, pictured, dives into a perfect support that makes it look like the B2 bomber

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The peregrine falcon, pictured, dives into a perfect support that makes it look like the B2 bomber

The B-2 aircraft (photo) has been used as a conventional bomber since the collapse of the Soviet Union and the end of the Cold War

The B-2 aircraft (photo) has been used as a conventional bomber since the collapse of the Soviet Union and the end of the Cold War

The B-2 aircraft (photo) has been used as a conventional bomber since the collapse of the Soviet Union and the end of the Cold War

Mr. Kaestner was at a well-known place to see the prestigious birds of prey, in La Jolla, a part of the San Diego seafront, when he took the photos in May.

The photographer said: “Photographing peregrine falcons in particular is really a sport, it's actually hunting, but as I say, I don't use a gun, I use a camera.

& # 39; I was photographing on a cliff near where this bird and its partner have a nest. There, the birds return to this location every year to raise their young, so it is a well-known release site.

The bird of prey was spotted as he shot down as if he were about to demolish a target

The bird of prey was spotted as he shot down as if he were about to demolish a target

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The bird of prey was spotted as he shot down as if he were about to demolish a target

Semi-professional photographer Thomas Kaestner saw the peregrine falcon flying before he started diving

Semi-professional photographer Thomas Kaestner saw the peregrine falcon flying before he started diving

Semi-professional photographer Thomas Kaestner saw the peregrine falcon flying before he started diving

& # 39; The key is that you are done for hours on end, which is pretty boring, but it is just exciting to work on it as they fly by. & # 39;

The recording took hours to get and Mr. Kaestner says he is patient, comparing animal photography to hunting.

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Thomas said: & # 39; Like hunting; prepare, sit in the right place, anticipate what the topic is going to do and implement it when the time comes.

The photographer took several photos and compared photography of wild animals with hunting, but with a camera instead of a gun

The photographer took several photos and compared photography of wild animals with hunting, but with a camera instead of a gun

The photographer took several photos and compared photography of wild animals with hunting, but with a camera instead of a gun

& # 39; It is a great feeling of satisfaction to & # 39; get started & # 39 ;, when all preparations are worth it.

& # 39; Packing a touchdown, a goal and a trophy, all in one. & # 39;

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The peregrine falcon, considered one of the feathered birds, can reach a speed of 390 km / h.

The peregrine falcon, pictured, is one of the fastest birds in the sky and can reach a speed of 390 km / h

The peregrine falcon, pictured, is one of the fastest birds in the sky and can reach a speed of 390 km / h

The peregrine falcon, pictured, is one of the fastest birds in the sky and can reach a speed of 390 km / h

The B-2, one of the most feared aircraft in the world, was originally intended to send nuclear bombs to the Soviet area during the Cold War.

Thanks to its form and stealth systems, it can go unnoticed by Soviet radars.

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Since the Soviet Union collapsed and the Cold War ended, the B-2 has been used as a conventional bomber.

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