This origami flamingo.
An origami designed flamingo with one very short leg. (Photo: Marshall Griffin)
This mandala design.
Creative. (Photo: Hubai Mateo)
This colorful composition.
This reminds me of those air brushed t-shirts you always see for sale while on vacation in tropical locales. (Photo: Michelle Maddison)
This state of Florida tattoo.
Here we have what looks like a flamingo lawn ornament stuck into the state of Florida. I think it’s safe to say that Florida is the world capital of flamingo lawn ornaments. (Photo: Fritz)
This tropical sunset.
Flamingo’s get their pink color from beta-carotene in the plankton and shrimp they eat. Flamingos that live in zoo’s are often completely white when fed beta-carotene-free diets. (Photo: LC)
This minimalistic thigh piece.
Simple is beautiful. (Photo: GunPuck)
This breathtaking beaut.
Both male and female flamingos take turn sitting on the eggs in the nest. (Photo: Santa)
This cute couple.
Flamingos come in six different species, each appearing almost identical in look, shape, and color. (Photo: Juan Pablo Pradel)
This big back piece.
This negative space watercolor piece is simply divine. (Photo: Tavares)
These hidden letters.
Spelling out “Laska.” (Photo: Simona Blanar)