By Pete Goddard
It’s flocking fantastic – a flamingo appears to have three heads as it stands on the seashore.
Photographer, Dilipsinh Chudasama, 34, captured a sequence of flamingo images while visiting the sea shores in the town of Mandvi, India.
The photos range from what appears to be a three headed flamingo to silhouettes of flamingo’s in the beautiful sunsets to them appearing as those they’re three pedalos on the sea shore.
The most remarkable image shows the thin-legged flamingos all stood together making it appear as though the one has three heads.
Dilipsinh, who loves trekking and travelling said: “I love to photograph greater flamingos as they are one of my favourite birds.
“I feel happy when I picture them because I like their rose colour and matching coloured wings and their pink beaks. I think they look very attractive!”