Watching the majestic osprey soar through the sky is a sight to behold. It takes a skilled photographer to shoot pictures of them when they’re flying. And an even better artist to get photos of them when they’re in the middle of hunting.

Enter Chen Chengguang, a Taiwanese photographer who takes artistic photos of birds. Some of his best work involves immortalizing ospreys with his camera lens. Especially his chronophotographs where pics of ospreys diving toward their prey are taken in several frames and then composited into one image.

Scroll down and enjoy Chen’s work. Be sure to take a look at the rest of his photos on his Instagram account: they are gorgeous. And if you’re still in need of some more majestic bird content, have a read through Bored Panda’s post about gigantic harpy eagles.

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Photographer Chen Chengguang took some incredible pictures of ospreys in the middle of hunting

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According to Chen, he has been “obsessed” with shooting photos of birds for a long while. His goal is to show “the most beautiful aspects” of flight. He points out that his work as a photographer is full of “toil, frustration, excitement,” but that all of this is worth it because it makes him feel like he achieved something.

Chen uses a technique called chronophotography to create frame-by-frame composite images

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Over 209,000 people on Instagram follow Chen and wait for his newest pictures. It’s clear why: the shots are aesthetic, colorful, and present a new and exciting way of looking at birds.

After osprey catch fish, they orient them headfirst to minimize wind resistance

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Ospreys live up to 30 years in the wild, according to National Geographic. They almost exclusively feast on fish-flesh. In fact, fish make up 99 percent of their diet. That’s some serious pescetarianism right there (minus the veggies).

Truly majestic

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