Sunday, April 12, 2009

eggs / chicks

L - Nikon / T - Nikon sigma 30mm lens

I hope everyone had a wonderful Easter weekend - enjoyed some glorious spring time weather too. T was home for the weekend and we had a nice time together - but the weekend flew by. We dyed some Easter eggs, but I didn't really plan ahead - just sort of made it up as we went along - so the egg decorating wasn't very creative but they were still pretty. The most exciting thing to happen this weekend was getting the chicks. It was an affair I did with my brother but I'll tell you more about it on my other blog - it was quite the experience./ sadly i missed the trip to visit the "chicken whisperer" to pick these cute chicks out, but i had the pleasure of playing around with them and hearing their cute peeps when they returned home. i took it upon myself to name them, this one being penny for her copper color (which doesn't look so copper here). they were all so adorable, i sort of wish they wouldn't grow into hens.


Char said...

sounds like a good weekend. mine was nice, quiet and filled with love. happy easter

SE'LAH... said...

Gorgeous, lovely photos and post!

Woman in a Window said...

Beautiful yet again. And chicks, right in time for Easter!

I love it that I'm not the only adult out there dying eggs.

Gayle said...

I love the photos! Baby chicks?! How many? I can't wait to read about it on your other blog!

Georgia B. said...

two precious pictures. i LOVE the color in the first!

i hope you both had a blessed Easter. thank you for always bringing us cheer through your blog.

ELK said...

wonderful weekend photos you two "chicks!"

robin bird said...

i think that chick photo is adorable! i must go over to your blog and hear more bout your experience :) happy wednesday!!


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