Melanie is my friend who lives in Australia and she loves photography. Every month Melanie has taken part in this monthly neme and we managed to find a way round her not having a blog by posting here. I love that we have found a way for her to take part so once again Melanie, a big thank you, and over to you:
Already November and another fifth of the month. I had been thinking about the subject/place for my five in five photos and was very tempted to take zoo photos as on Friday I am going to Adelaide Zoo with my daughter and grandson. However Friday is not November 5th and I do really like my 5 in 5 photos to be taken on the day. Then the thought came to me why not use my daughters chickens as the subject for my photos? This is what I have done. I do have chickens of my own but only four whereas my daughter has seven chickens so I thought seven would offer more choice of photos besides one of my chickens already featured in my very first 5 in 5 back in July 2013. You can see her in Sandie’s blog of Jul 25 2013. Anyway here are some shots of my daughter’s chickens.
When I entered their hen house they all gathered round my feet and begun pecking my shoes but they quickly tired of that. A couple decided the grain in their bowls was tastier and the others just wandered around. The seven hens consist of three black hens which are the breed Australorp, an Australian breed, two white hens which are a leghorn cross, (the leghorn is a breed originating in Tuscany) and the brown hens of which there are also two are an Isa Brown cross. The Isa Brown is not actually a breed but a hybrid. It was difficult to decide which photos to use and I have done a bit of cropping in order to fit five photos into my collage. Hope you enjoy seeing my daughter’s girls.
I thought perhaps another time I will use my girls in a photo but then I realised I’d like to show them off at the same time as you see my daughter’s girls so hope you will forgive a photo outside of the 5in5. I have one Isa brown girl who is the boss, one Brown Leghorn girl and two golden laced Wyandottes girls who I think are beautiful with the gold trimmed black feathers. Here they are:-
As always, a big thank you to Melanie and if this has inspired you to take part in this challenge you have until 25th before this months link closes. It's great fun and this post should answer any questions or give other information that you need.
Links for this months posts are here and hopefully I'll be back with more photos from Melanie and myself next month. I hope you will join us!