Sunday, May 27, 2012

Macro Monday

The chicks are getting so big! They went through the awkward stage really fast and now they are just adorable! I say this is the best stage because they actually look like hens now.

No name.


No name.

No name.

As you can see 3 of them don't have names, any ideas?
They are all hens, half Black Australorp, half Ameraucana.

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Andrea said...

How adorable they all are. I am new to your blog so I don't know what kind of chickens they are ... that might help me in choosing a name for one of them. Maybe next time :) I love your picture.

Andrea @ From The Sol

Anonymous said...

Haha. Chickens go through the awkward stage too!! Just like people. Lovely pictures. Isn't it fun watching them grow up?

Laura said...

lovely eyes!

Stewart M said...

Hi there - I have to say this is a set of faces only a mother could love!

Cheers - Stewart M - Australia

Pieni Lintu said...

Pretty dark eyes!

Cathy H. said...

Great macro images! I love the details in the feathers near the beak of the third one!

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rachel said...

raven is a good name for that one. the others I have no idea!

The Southern Peach-Girls said...

Hey Yolanda!
Gosh been a long time sense I visited your blog. Hmmmmm...lets see, if any of those three are roosters you could name it Kanga-Roo-ster :) My Mom thought it up. Lets see, Rihanon For a hen. Pronounced REE-ann-ON. Ivy, Polka Dots, Silver Star, Dolly, Lil' Ann, Oreo Cookie, Yokey, Fern, Sierra, Cocoa, Cheerio, Dandi, Bella(beautiful), Poppy, and Gracie. Such cute beauty's, thanks for sharing!
-Farm Girl,

Anonymous said...

I can see the Ameraucana in them! Cute! We have three Ameraucana. I love their puffy cheeks. I'm hoping to cross them with my Marans and get Olive Eggers!