“BOK… BOK… BOK… BOK… means our next challenge is “CHICKENS.” Sherrie, author of the blog, Sherrie’s Stuff, suggested this subject all the way back in January, somehow this seems like the perfect time to take it on!”
Chickens ~ A Rooster is a male chicken…
To see more Chickens visit the Round Robin Photo Challenge Blog.
Photobucket is holding all my photos that I stored on their site from 2007-2015 hostage replacing them with ugly grey and black boxes and asking for a large ransom to retrieve them. It is a slow process to go through all my posts deleting the ugly boxes.
16 thoughts on “Round Robin Photo Challenge ~ Chickens…”
I smiled at this one. . .I seriously love your rooster. I should be participating in the bok bok challenge too .. since my grnads ask to see the bok boks every time they come to the farm. . .so fun.
It’s amazing what I find my blog friends posting in the middle of the night when I can’t sleeep.
What a beautiful setting you found to capture this rooster.
What a majestic pose!
Have a blessed weekend, Ellen!
Alas, my pic is the aftereffect.
I played too 🙂
Oh my goodness…
What a delightful autumn picture! It would look gorgeous framed.
What a pose! Great picture!
What a pretty picture—the chicken looks like it could be a yard ornament!!
Great composition, and really a good shot!
What a handsome chicken, in the perfect country pose! Nice job!
That is a beautiful photograph. It looks like the rooster is posing for the camera, and the fence color is the perfect perch for him. laurie
That is one gorgeous chick in a lovely setting. Worth a hang in your living room I’m thinking!
He thinks he is a beauty and indeed he is ! I hope he doesn’t land up roasted on a plate !
That is so perfect…light, composition, and of course the chicken is a beauty!
I wish we had a stile like that — it makes the perfect perch for posing!
I posted in this as well, my chicken (and she was a girl chicken 🙂 ) isn’t as stunningly photogenic as your rooster!
What a great shot. The colors are lovely and he stands right out against them.