“Hey, kid. Do you feel like sharing?” Unfortunately the kid didn’t. Photo taken in Copenhagen, July 2012.
This is so lovely so lovely…. Thanks and Love, nia
The game rooster looks ready to fight. 🙂
He wants a cracker!
What a handsome rooster!
He is! a little pushy, but handsome.
Those things can be dangerous! I once had one chase me.
I haven’t been chased by a rooster, but Miles and I were chased by geese on a regular basis when we lived in Boston. They hated us.
Beautiful rooster. Most chickens are attracted to slightly shiny things – things that gleam, like the slimy skin of an earthworm….or an eyeball. We are always very careful with small kids and our chickens. Heck, my glasses have saved my eyeballs more than once while collecting eggs.
They peck your eyes…scary. I haven’t been around chickens much. Will remember that. always wear sunglasses.
Someone look a tad nervous.
I would be!
what a beautiful rooster! i’ve never seen free-ranging chickens. i’m only familiar with them on farms or as yard birds, cooped up.
i would like the kid’s outfit in a larger size, please. 🙂
I’ll keep an eye out for the outfit for you.
Nice photo! There is a rooster that roams the street on which I live. I must capture him one day, i.e, capture him in a photo:)
I am following you and I ought to receive an e-mail whenever you post, but I’m not getting those alerts. Any suggestions for me?
I’m so sorry to hear you’ve been having issues. Does the blog show up in your reader at all? That’s how I stay up to date on blogs. Let me know so I can try and work something out. Maybe try unfollowing and then sign up again. Again my apologies for the troubles and thank you for letting me know.
Oh dear me, I wasn’t checking my reader! I was relying on a notification at my e-mail address. I learned something new today:-) Thanks for replying and helping me out.
I’m glad I could help. It’s all a learning process and trust me, I’m still learning. that’s what makes it fun.
the chicken should know that human baby can be so stingy 😉
Very true 🙂 I don’t like to share much either though.
Cool, like, “Where did that rooster come from?”
I was wondering the same thing.
Not the “normal” bird to feed… 😉
I haven’t seen to many before
I don’t think I’ve ver seen someone feeding a rooster in a park! Cool!
It got my attention.
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