Having fun learning how to use the new camera. The moonset this morning was one of my first subjects. I have already warned the freaky flock they are next.
Gotta love waking up to see the flat irons fully illuminated under the morning sun.
This was after she snuck behind me and started pulling my hair.
Have you ever been held up from your destination by some turkey?
These duckies had their first rain storm today.
This is our turkey, Thanksgiving (yes, we called our turkeys Thanksgiving and Christmas).
I like calling them my little blue eyed rednecks.
Before release, meal worms are spread across the barn yard. The. The big girls (the Buff Orpington’s) get released, then the kids (ducks and new chickens).
The meal worms floating on the kiddie pool get consumed by the ducks quickly once discovered.
sunset at the farm last night.
The ducks are growing fast. Considering they are just at 3 weeks old and are already larger than the chicks that are 3 months old.
The chicks that were chasing them around are now regretting that choice.
I love living on the farm – the sunsets (and sunrises) are amazing.