From a man shaking a whales hand to the moon aligning with the Olympic rings, this collection of images is the definition of perfect timing.
Sometimes, when you press the shutter button on your camera, the result of the shot is not exactly the one you expected: at the last moment, someone or something has appeared in the field, giving your shooting a character inattendu. Dans ideally, it would, for a photo at the perfect timing, that these three points are present: the perfect location, the perfect angle and the perfect moment. It is precisely the classification of fifty pictures at the most perfect timing found on the internet (or more perfectly synchronized, in French), the U.S. site Twistedsifter had fun doing. View the full set of images here.