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American Flamingo
Location: National Zoo, Washington DC
Story: 
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.
Digital Alterations: 
Crop, Targeted tonal adjustments, Tonal and Sharpness adjustments.
Camera Information: Nikon D7000, Tamron 70-300mm
Special Equipment: