Saturday, November 14, 2009

One Single Impression: Reincarnation

Amy says, "No names!
She isn't Henny Penny
'cause she'll be Parmesan!"


OK, not a true haiku. But it serves my purpose this week! My daughter Amy's flock of Barred Rocks are so much fun to watch. And to indulge myself, I am posting my newest Barred Rock movie below — all 11 seconds of it. I took a series of burst photographs and strung them into a short where each photo is a frame that lasts 0.15 seconds. To see my other chicken movies (and to learn a bit about New England's Barred Rocks), click here to go to my previous post.

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18 comments:

  1. What pretty chooks, Meeyauw, I love the little clucking noises chooks make when they're all happy and contented after being fed and having rid themselves of the egg. It's a "life's good" sound.

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  2. Hi Andree,

    Those chickens in the pic, we have a lot here of that kind in the Philippines...:)

    have a nice day....:)

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  3. An enjoyable treatment of the prompt. Nicely done.

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  4. Love the photos and as much as I enjoy watching chickens...I also enjoy eating them.

    You made me smile:)

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  5. Wonderful treat for this prompt, these are very beautiful --- I would hate to eat them. I haven't seen chicken like this since I was a wee child. Also enjoyed the other short film.

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  6. Nicely done. Great picture too!

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  7. True to Haiku, you brought it home at the end! Nice clever twist!

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  8. Aww...very sweet; this one made me smile.

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  9. I am glad you had fun with this because it was a great laugh.

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  10. Now chicken flix was a real treat. Like Parmesan and nearly as sweet.

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  11. Great chix! I haven't chatted in a while. How are things?

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  12. very cute! :)
    haha!

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  13. Andrée, those chickens may have the right idea! :-) Very clever 'haiku' today. :-)
    My grandmother had Plymouth Rocks (same Barred) and Rhode Island Reds. We had mostly 'white' chickens and a few Buff Orpingtons. And sometimes a few 'Banties'.
    ..

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  14. What pretty birds! I love your take on this prompt. Nice one Andree.

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  15. Cute interpretation for the prompt!

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