83 thoughts on “Flamingos.

  1. I agree with Janemorley2014 — it’s a great photo with a renaissance painting hidden in the details. Nice!

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  2. Thank you for liking “Storm Clouds” and “Sunset Reflections.” Fantastic photo!πŸ™‚ It has amazing detail and great contrast and lighting. I also like that this picture looks almost like a painting.

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  3. Amazing shot! The birds are beautiful like all your pictures. I’ve never seen white flamingos before. Their colour depends on what they eat. That’s why most are pink; ’cause they eat prawns. I wonder what they eat to be white. Maybe white cauliflowers? Love this brilliant and weird picture! ;-D

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    • In the wild, flamingos find food that contents carotin. In the zoo they mostly get chickenfood with no carotin, so their feathering is pale.

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    • Hi…and sorry for my late answer. I had some problems with the internet this week and so I accidentally overlooked some comments. Shame on me.
      I want to thank you for your nice comment. Composition and lighting are very important things for photography and postprocessing. Not so easy….πŸ˜‰
      I’m happy you like the picture, thanks again!
      Josephine.

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  4. Thank you lemanshots for sharing. I love this photo, Your manipulation made it almost look like a painting. Totally love it. ( I don’t know the language, but I am doing good so far at guessing, πŸ™‚ ).

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  5. nice shot! I think the flamingo sort of looks evil and is laughing at us from the inside like he has a little secret…I like the wondering of a pic that make you want look …great pic!

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    • While I was standing nearby the flamingo enclosure to make my photos I got the impression that these birds really are humorous and a little funky…sure they are sometimes laughing at us…;-))

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  6. For me, this flamingo looks rather intimidating, and that is what makes this picture of these normally as beautiful and peaceful perceived animals so interesting.

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  7. This is strange and wonderful in ways I can’t describe to my satisfaction. But one thing I can say is, I never would have imagined that a photograph of flamingos could inspire, let alone demand, introspection. Bravo, and thank you for posting it. E

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    • I love these birds so much – their beautiful colouring with thousands shades of pink…
      Thanks for commenting!πŸ™‚

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