National Zoo, Washington DC
Flamingos are monogamous birds that lay only a single egg each year. If that egg is lost or damaged, they do not typically lay a replacement. It was challenging task to isolate a single bird from the flock at the National Zoo, Washington DC. With some luck and lots of patience, I could capture her carefully removing small stones and dusts from the nest, securing her egg with so much care.
Crop, Targeted tonal adjustments, Tonal and Sharpness adjustments.
Nikon D7000, Tamron 70-300mm