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Pink Dancers

Bahamas, 2021

The soft haze of dusk, I waded out into the Ría Lagartos in Mexico and trained my lens on a trio of flamingos. Their long necks curved as they peered into the shallows stained pink by the setting sun, searching for the brine shrimp that gives them their bright, coral coloring. Ría Lagartos translates to Alligator River, although this incredibly rich estuary is neither a river nor does it have a single alligator. Instead, it is a sweeping, coastal wetland home to crocodiles and flocks of flamingos.

Archival Pigment Print
Edition of 6: 20in x 45in (50.8 x 114.3cm)
Edition of 6: 32in x 73in (81.3 x 185.4cm)

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