Morning coffee at Kate and Bob’s home offered a few moments to enjoy their chickens.
Clearly content, they clucked and coo’d quietly while I quickly took a few shots.
A peek inside the coop revealed freshly laid eggs
Check out the decorative touches and and bright colors of the chicken yard.
Kate and Bob have created a space that would make any chicken content (yes! the chickens told me so!)
Great photos! It is a wonderful space – I can see why the chickens enjoy it so! 🙂
I always love to see the patterning of different types of chickens – they are so beautiful!
I agree with you! The colors and patterns are so varied and different and pretty. And I was surprised about how softly they were “talking” … very gentle and sweet. Perhaps it was the morning 🙂
Me, too, Liz! It was a lovely morning … just wish I’d had more time with you!
What lovely plump ladies! Their home must be so comfortable, by chicken standards. The egg photo is just perfect.
Thanks Crystal. The egg shot was a challenge for me given my height. I had to hold the camera over my head to get it 🙂
Omigosh, I’m even more impressed now! Does the screen on your camera fold out so you can see what you’re snapping, even when it’s over your head?
LB: “Click.” Chickens: “Cluck.”
Ha! Love it, Bruce -)
Bruce, that’s hilarious
Thank you, Janet!
This is great Laurie, the shots are so clear considering how fast chickens move 🙂 Are those satellite dishes so the chickens can watch Foghorn Leghorn on Looney Tunes ?
You are too funny with the satellite dish / Looney Tunes reference, Joe!
As far as the speed of the chickens … It was morning and they seemed calm and were clucking softly and it was really lovely.
Usually every time I try to photograph chickens they move too fast, LOL 🙂
These are great Laurie.
Thanks you, Cindy!
Oh Cluck 😉 lol
Nice photograph LB
Thanks Andro! Oh Cluck indeed 🙂
Enjoy your Tuesday LB
Those birds are as gorgeous as your photos, Laurie. What vibrant colors, not to mention…attitude…LOL.
Chicken coops are really catching on here, too. They’re amazing.
Can you tell me more about the ceramic pieces on the posts? I’m intrigued.
You know some great people Laurie! And those hens – wow, so healthy and plump and gorgeous colours! Did they slow down and pose for you or were you super quick with your trigger finger? Like Alys I am intrigued by the ceramics ………….
Great pics,especially the chicken close up. LMA
Yes, I liked that one, too. The details came out so clearly, didn’t they 🙂
I’m so envious. Coffee in the country with the Hens. Everything is growing and green too. What a beautiful start to the day. They are some lucky birds to have such a cute yard to march around in too. What fun art.
It truly was a lovely start to the day … Kate and Bob are so dear to me (and to everyone they know), and Kate can make beauty out of almost anything (like you!).
No (( you )) xo
Did they offer any scrambled eggs for breakfast? Fresh from their Grove Avenue “farm”?
No scrambled eggs, Ralph, but some really yummy quiche!
These chickens are absolutely beautiful! You’ve captured them well… I know others have asked but did you go home with any eggs? I love fresh eggs.
Next time I’ll take more than photos 🙂
Wonderful photos Laurie, I love the bright colors. 🙂
Thanks Elina. These birds are beauties! and the morning light was perfect for photos!