- May 30, 2013
Also it's daylight not direct sunlight that is needed I believe
It's hard to tell in the pictures as the lighting isn't the best. But his back doesn't look to be flat, comb/wattles are a bit large, wing carriage looks low and loose. Leg coloring appears to be good, and his chest looks alright. It's really hard to tell on the females with these pictures.Both. I don't mind comment either way just thought I'd share to. What do you see good or bad. I know the pictures aren't great
While this is a gorgeous picture of a hen with that beautiful landscape as a backdrop, it could also serve as a perfect close-up picture to critique some Welsummer SOP problems: stippling/peppering so coarse that it becomes lacing in parts, cushion towards the tail, eye color, backline hard to tell because of the camera angle. Also, it could serve as a model to illustrate what perfectly healthy, robust, and happy bird should look like. Thanks for sharing your stunning pictures with us, Johnn!