Cool series of chicken photos. They are actually kind of pretty.
Wow! They look like they were just groomed for a show. And that first picture, FANCY!! Better than Willie, for sure!
Oh, I would love to have some chickens! Alas, my life style is not conducive to taking care of them. Love your pictures!
Back again for another look. I still can't get over those perfect feathers in the first picture.
WOW! He is mighty handsome.
We have lots of chickens close to us--- Nice pictures.
I love these photos. They would be pretty framed to hang in the kitchen. I can just imagine you two enjoying the sound while talking and laughing.
Hari OMThat is one cool dood!!! Oh for locks like that... YAM xx
Ah, the Little Red Rooster!I love to watch the behaviour of hens - so much like people!
Well how fun was that. I kow of several people who raise chickens. Seeing the feathers in that first one I find them so pretty and fascinating.
Hello, I could sit and watch the chickens, the rooster is beautiful. Cute photos.Wishing you a happy day!
they are really beautiful chickens, I would love to hear the sounds. but not at early am. our neighbor had one that crowed from 2:30 am and half the day. I used to lay in bed and plan ways to murder him... I had no idea they crowed anytime other than daybreak. that was 40 ears ago. excellent photos of these chicks
I loved visiting my grandparents' farm in TN when growing up. Seeing the chickens and other animals was such a thrill. Beautiful images and thoughts. Friendship
Excellent series of photos with impeccable color and clarity!!
Excellent images here ! Such clarity..such lovely details....Enjoyed every shot here !Devi :)))
Oh my what wonderful photos. Loved them all.
Beautiful photos of this rooster and hens. They are quite lovely.
What a lovely collection of photos and moments!
I couldn't find the comment form on your Aug. 12 post. Don't know what I did. But the yellows were brilliant and the photos enticing.
Gorgeous critters! For some reason, people leave them at picnic areas to fend for themselves here in NZ when they are tired of them. Fortunately, they adapt quite easily.
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