Friday, April 9, 2010

i don't mean to crow, said the rooster,

but look at how all these lovely chicks have come home to roost

24 comments:

Fio said...

Funny !
:-))

JM said...

Look at that rooster proudly watching his harem from above! :-)

Abraham said...

This is a nice photo. It brings back lots of memories. I used to know the names of these chickens but the only one that comes to mind is the black and white Plymouth Rock.

Sunny said...

Love it!
Sunny :)
Thank you for your comment this morning, I clicked to post it and it disappeared :(

Magpie said...

It is a lovely picture...something about it feels very nostalgic.

Jacob said...

One hell of a lucky rooster! And a cute photo!

Sharon Creech said...

Har har har. . .and beautiful colors and lines. . .

Sharon said...

He does seem to be puffed up over his brood!

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

With this rooster nearby, I now realize why you are able to get up early and post your photos and leave comments on Daily Photo sites.

Malyss said...

A lot of poultry pin-ups!

Anya said...

F_U_N_N_Y_

chickens are always funny :))))

Halcyon said...

I find chickens sort of fascinating. They really are underrated. Maybe you'll have some chicks soon.

VP said...

What a lucky rooster, you caught it in a really funny way.

cieldequimper said...

Lol, JM hit the nail: a harem!

Virginia said...

A real stud muffin! :)

brattcat said...

Thanks everyone!
Dave, this rooster doesn't live close enough to wake me. I have my own cuckoo internal alarm clock that gets me out of bed at an obscenely early hour.

slim said...

They must be fascinating to watch.

Au and Target said...

LOL, what a show-off!

Pierre said...

This looks like a painting!

Amin said...

Funny photo.

magiceye said...

love this!

Small City Scenes said...

Perfect capture. That old boy is in hen heaven.

PS: I'll let you know about the Eagles and the nest. I have to wait until Monday now. MB

Julie said...

Interesting expression that. Means just the opposite to what the poor old rooster reckons, though.

Marie-Noyale said...

No wonder they came !!
That's a very good looking rooster!