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The long neck of the flamingo - (Phoenicopterus roseus)



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The long neck of the flamingo - (Phoenicopterus roseus) - I photographed this flamingo looking for food underwater. The long pink neck, covered with numerous droplets, forms this double curvature, half under the water and half above. Nikon D 300s, Sigma supertele 300-800mm, f / 5.6, 1/3200 sec, ISO 200. Thanks for your comments
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Beautiful flamingo neck image, Giangiorgio! Good frame, interesting shapes, lines, light and reflections, delicious color combination plus drops pattern... Well done! Bravo Master! Sincerely, Tatiana
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Giangiorgio, initially I thought (whimsically, of course) that I was looking at a sea serpent. I wasn't disappointed at all the the subject is a flamingo. Aside from the magnificent color contrast between cool and warm, what fascinated me were the droplets of water on the bird. They're so sharp that I conjectured you used a macro lens. - - My best always, michael - - - Ciao!
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Hi Giangiorgio,

As always you photographed your favorite bird in beautiful ligjht, showing us in detail the elegance of this representative of sa gente arrubia. Kind regards, Vincent

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