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these are just a sample of what I've already loaded here on BYC.  there's more here and more that I have on Facebook... I have a community page, not that I want to direct you away from BYC... there are a gazillion photos right here!

but if you want... www.facebook.com/pages/Group-of-Seven/172677229597630

I always enjoy your photos, Cheeka.  Now I want to get a glockenspiel for my chickens.  Have you posted this on "What is my chicken thinking?" It was fun to look at the Facebook page.

CHICKENS: to name just a few Cochin, Orpington,  OEG, Russian Orloff, Brahma.  Also have geese and cats
  SEE MY BYC PAGE  for photos 

  SEE MY  CHICKEN PAGE for even more photos

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CHICKENS: to name just a few Cochin, Orpington,  OEG, Russian Orloff, Brahma.  Also have geese and cats
  SEE MY BYC PAGE  for photos 

  SEE MY  CHICKEN PAGE for even more photos

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post #22 of 27

Here is a Buff Brahma hen scratching in the leaves.

 

 

Here is an Old English Bantam crowing.  The lighting may not be as good as you would like.  You can feel free to fill in his tatty sickle feather, if you use the photo.  I'm not sure if like still poses more than action shots, or not. 

CHICKENS: to name just a few Cochin, Orpington,  OEG, Russian Orloff, Brahma.  Also have geese and cats
  SEE MY BYC PAGE  for photos 

  SEE MY  CHICKEN PAGE for even more photos

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CHICKENS: to name just a few Cochin, Orpington,  OEG, Russian Orloff, Brahma.  Also have geese and cats
  SEE MY BYC PAGE  for photos 

  SEE MY  CHICKEN PAGE for even more photos

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post #23 of 27
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Here is a Buff Brahma hen scratching in the leaves.

 

 

Here is an Old English Bantam crowing.  The lighting may not be as good as you would like.  You can feel free to fill in his tatty sickle feather, if you use the photo.  I'm not sure if like still poses more than action shots, or not. 

Thanks, both pictures are pretty cool! I especially like the Old English Bantam photo, even if the lighting isn't the best, and even if he has a  sickle feather is a bit worn out. Also, I do plan to both use still poses as well as action shots for my drawings and paintings.

post #24 of 27
What are you feeding them, they look awesome !
post #25 of 27

Black Australorp

White Cochin bantam

Mille Fluer D'Uccle

Mottled Cochin bantam

Buff brahma bantams
post #26 of 27
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Here is an Old English Bantam crowing.  The lighting may not be as good as you would like.  You can feel free to fill in his tatty sickle feather, if you use the photo.  I'm not sure if like still poses more than action shots, or not. 

I love the stealth hen leaning out from behind her tree!   :gig

A mind is like a door.  Keep it open and something might get in.

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A mind is like a door.  Keep it open and something might get in.

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