Saturday, February 6, 2016

A FEW MORE FEATHERED FRIENDS



These are birds I saw on my recent vacation.  I included the rooster because chickens ran wild all over the two islands we visited, with more it seemed on Kauai.  I got the biggest kick out of them. They were very comical, very entertaining.  Like all vacations it is hard to believe we were ever on holiday now, but thank goodness for photographs.



I am posting a day early but I will be linking with Judith's Mosaic Monday.  You can click on the button below if you would like to visit other participants.

Mosaic Monday

29 comments:

  1. My partner's sister had a rooster who used to sit on her lap and watch television with her in the evening. They are definitely birds with character.

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  2. Beautiful birds and I like the treatment.

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  3. A lovely collage of your feathered friends.

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  4. i am now wondering if where chickens run wild, are eggs finders keepers loser weepers? a few free eggs would be nice. we always felt that way when we came home from Ormond beach... back then i had no digtial

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  5. Found you! The only rooster I ever came across was one that didn't like women. Honestly, he was fine with men.

    It has been a difficult few weeks for me, Denise, but I'm back now.

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  6. Your photography is excellent. I had 3 chickens as pets when I was in high school.

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  7. I like the rooster. He's beautiful as he struts his stuff.

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  8. Hello Denise. Pretty images of the ducks and the chickens. Pretty mosaic of feathered friends. Enjoy your day and the new week ahead!

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  9. Very pretty birds! The rooster's got attitude.

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  10. Wonderful photos of your feathered friends!
    Greetings

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  11. Lovely photos. I've always thought it would be so fun to have chickens! I bet my cats would love it for a whole other reason. haha.
    And I love that tropicbird in the last post...gorgeous!

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  12. I love seeing chickens running around rural areas! I've seen them in Hawaii, and it always seems funny seeing chickens running around in that tropical paradise!

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  13. I love vacations and always wish I could stop time from ticking.

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  14. Oh I love chickens...can you imagine them running wild in Torbay...no!

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  15. Lovely pictures, aww the chicken is such lovely colours :)

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  16. How funny chickens were everywhere!

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  17. Your Hawaii vacation looks like it was really fabulous! thank you for sharing all these wonderful photos. I almost always get a case of the post holiday blues. Sometimes we just want to live on permanent holiday!

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  18. Hello Denise!:) Pretty Mosaic of your feathered friends, and I'm glad you included the Rooster, he is, a handsome fellow.

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  19. Beautiful and interesting collage Denise..... I love all the greens.

    Happy Monday!
    Ruby

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  20. You saw some amazing birds! Roosters are indeed wild birds when they run free.

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  21. I like the bird in the right upper corner. chickens would be fun!

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  22. The collection of birds is nice and I agree that photos bring back great memories of a trip too soon forgotten.

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  23. Very nice photos of the birds AND flowers! Love the chickens...always! :-)

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  24. I love the bird mosaic, Denise, the rooster is really colorful!

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  25. A lovely selection ...

    All the best Jan

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  26. The rooster has such beautiful feathers. Love your mosaic this week. I enjoy trying to photograph birds! Hugs, Diane

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  27. I loved those chickens on Kauai too - I must have got a hundred photos of them, lol.

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