Thursday, February 28, 2013

Rednecks


Lisbon Zoo

24 comments:

Kate said...

The real flamingoes look a whole lot better than the statues some misguided souls place in their yards!

Cezar and Léia said...

Eles são surpreendentes, que cor maravilhosa!
Léia

Food, Fun and Life in the Charente said...

Wow I do not think I have ever seen them quite such a bright colour. Beautiful Diane

黄清华 Wong Ching Wah said...

A lot of red necks!

Arija said...

Wonderful to see. They must be getting the right diet to have such a brilliant colour. Wish I could see them eye to eye.

Kathy said...

I like these rednecks!

Sami said...

Beautiful flamingos. Funny that my last post is also about a visit to the Adelaide zoo.

Sharon said...

Love your title for this shot. What beauties.

TexWisGirl said...

ha ha! that's great!

Sylvia K said...

Oh, yes! I can easily deal with these rednecks!!! Beautiful birds and a superb capture, JM! Have a wonderful weekend!

RedPat said...

Someone is feeding these guys the right food. What a sight!

Photo Cache said...

rednecks indeed. they seem to be in darker shade than i normally see them.

VP said...

Colorful and so elegant!

Tanya Breese said...

ha, love that title...they look a little different than the rednecks in my neck of the woods!

Kay said...

These are rednecks even I might be able to get along with! They're certainly beautiful creatures.

crocrodyl said...

So amazing animals. I wish saw them:)

cieldequimper said...

Lol @ your title!

Babzy said...

beautiful birds :)

Lowell said...

I like. They're not the friendliest critters but sure are pretty. There are a lot of them at the Miami Zoo, too!

Randy said...

They're beautiful.

Joan Elizabeth said...

Awesome, I just love them ... almost as much a peacocks or perhaps more ... can't decide.

Halcyon said...

Hee! Your title made me laugh. :)

Merisi said...

I had to look twice, to make sure they were for real and not a collection of Pink plastic Flamingoes down in Florida. ;-)

Jack said...

These flamingos are amazing! We see pinker versions more often on this side of the big pond.