...thinks of the feather in Forrest Gump
You take beautiful photographs.
Sadly, Lindy learned too late that she could not fit her entire body between the wall and the poultry fence, it was too much of a strain. ;-)Lovely photo, Farmgirl.
Beauty is all around us. You do a great job of spotting it and sharing it with us.
I think Tree just called Lindy (the chicken) fat....
Skye Bird-dee in Texas thinks that Lindy has some lovely feathers. Skye's feathers are the color of --- the sky! Skye's feathers are also smaller, as she is a dainty little parrolet, living the life of the city girl in the burbs. Skye says, "Hi!" to Lindy.
So sweet photo.
Hi SusanA friend pointed me here from my Live Journal blog. So far I'm enjoying your entries very much. I can see why our friend (can't think of who it was this minute..) thought I might like you, we have several things in common. I'm not trying to run a farm in Missouri, but I am doing my best to care for a California ranch as well as my San Francisco place. In any case I just thought I'd say hi.
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