Marvelous capture! Looks like a piece of modern art, very creative!
Love the silhouette! The tone of the image makes it feel like an older shot.Are those geese in the background?
These birds are simply breathtaking in monochrome. They are camouflaged, blending in with their mudflats!Thank you so much for the background on the Young Lord Krishna. I love the photo but didn't want to say anything inaccurate. Someone told me that though it was baby Buddha. Fortunately I didn't say that !!!!I am learning so much from this city daily photo project!!!! (and seeing some great photos too!!!)!!JanGDP
@Carletta.. they are flamingos in the background
I really enjoy your shots of the mud flats, and the sepia is an excellent medium for this shot!
Awesome! The sepia tone adds to the charm!
love the atmosphere of your picture
Great shot. A classic. I was in Mumbai, but I did not see any flamingos.
That is a great shot indeed!!
Amazing capture. They are beautiful - like a ballet.
Awesome shot of the flamingos! Well done!
This photo is fabulous! They look as if they posed you to this photo:)
I love your shots from Sewri this week. They are simply stunning!
You've captured their "pose" very nicely, this is a great shot!God bless you!Cezar
Very nice shot. Reminds me of the Flamingos I used to see every year near the Madurai airport long time ago.
Very nice symmetry to how the birds 'posed' for you!
Awesome, marvelous choice of colors!
It's great how you captured wilderness
thats a brilliant pic, totally love it.
Gorgeous capture! Beatiful.
You are really on a roll lately! This is another sixer in a long string of them! The colors are desaturated just enough to give the shot a "feel". You can feel the heat and the humidity rising on the air. And the silhouetted flamingos are the cherry on top.Magnificent!(I wish I knew more about cricket, 'cause I'm sure there's another metaphor or two I could throw in here.)
Yeahhh...I see lovely flamingos :-)Cute critters.Amazing shot !!
They are rather cool.
Very nice picture.
very beautiful picture, thanks for sharing...