A change in shutter speed and this epic photo of Usain Bolt winning the 100-meter World Championship race in Moscow as lightning strikes would not exist. Photographer Oliver Morin was lucky enough to capture the shot, but he isn't patting himself on the back for it. Morin wrote that the only things within his control were the "framing of the shot and when to hit the remote-controlled trigger." The camera that captured the photo was fifth on Morin's remote-controlled rig, and one of four to capture the Jamaican runner and the bolt, though two of the others were not usable because the sky was too dark. After 25 years as a photographer, this unintentional shot will be remembered as one of Morin's (and Bolt's) greatest. 

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[via Gawker]