Flamingos and a swan

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  1. dllb

    dllb TPF Noob!

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    These are scanned from some old slides.



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  2. LilmaK

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    Nice pix but i'm wondering how come the flamingoes are so light. I've never seen any that light coloured before.
     
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    I am not sure. This was scanned from a slide but it is an untouched reproduction.
     
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    Neat shots. gotta dig the swan staredown. Nicely done.
     
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    flamingos needs lots of shellfish to get the bright and deep colored pink we are all used to seeing, perhaps these have not gotten the right amounts of shellfish
     
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    WOW nice shots!
    That swan shot is really cool.

    Cool effect those shellfish have on flamingos.....
    make them pinker and me greener....lol. ha ha ha ha ha
     

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