Sunday, August 26, 2007

Farm Photo: 8/26/07


Capturing A Quiet Moment

More Chick Pics:
6/17/07: Whitey & Her Baby Chicks
6/19/07: Caution Foodie Forming
8/2/07: Inspection Time
8/3/07: Baby's First Perch
8/4/07: Baby's First Dustbath
8/5/07: Mother As Landing Pad
8/9/07: Showin' Some Style

7 comments:

  1. I love the light, the subject, the composition... everything about this photo I love! I've just been contemplating chickens as of late (seriously) and your photo just fits the theme my mind has wandered into. Cindy at Rosehaven Cottage

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  2. Is that really one of Whitey's "babies"? Wow. I love your tomatorpictures, too. Sunset had a beautiful recipe with fresh tomatoes baked on filo. It is tough to find a good tomato in Hawaii. Your's look so yummy.

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  3. I have been jones-ing for some of the Whitey chicky babies pics. (wow, couldn't say that with lips) so this was nice, but I still want to see the others and how their colors are turning out. especially the little black one.
    I hope you get to keep the roosters and then have your own farm raised eggs, that way you know where they came from. Thank your friend who supplied Whitey with her family for us, this has been great reading.

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  4. Ohhh, what a pretty little chicken! Glad to know Whitey's babies are doing well. Hope only a few are roosters. :-P

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  5. Is the one pictured the same as the stylish one portrayed recently? Perhaps tattoos or nametags would satisfy your enquiring minds out here! Thanks for a chick pic.

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  6. Always love the chick pics! After trying another recipe to take to dinner (that I didn't like), I remembered you collection and was inspired by your color of summer salad. So simple as the ingredients are the stars and fun to share what I had in the garden. Thanks!

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  7. I often find myself heading off into a trance, deep in thought. Im glad to see I'm not the only one.

    Cx

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