I don't know. They seem pretty artful to me. :) Nice photos, Sue. Happy Wednesday!
Yes! Is that too much to ask? :)
The black and white chickens are quite artsy especially with that pop of red.
Good morning Sue, I am back!!! After a much longer blog break than I expected. I have missed way too many of your posts. I just scrolled back to your May 2nd post and with just briefly reading about your GA ancestors, the Pittman's, I am hooked. Sooo, I am taking time to read all about them to date. I want to know how you became a Texas gal from GA. HA!Thank you for the unanswered comments and your kind words about our 50th anniversary. It was a wonderful celebration with memories to last the rest of our life. We are so blessed.So, for now I want to say I love the photo of the chickens. We had chickens on our farm and I have always had a soft spot for yard birds. Those are some pretty chicks to say the least. Then I went to your chicken "Art" No "chicken" art but I did love the pic of the State of TX, the water globes and the cactus. Thank you so much for the great smile you put on my face. Now, I must read about the GA folk. I'll be back.wishing you happy TX days.Love, Jeanne
I think they're lovely, even if they aren't art. The one rooster almost looks like he's standing on tippy-toes.Shannon at The Warrior Muse
Never saw so many different colored chickens all together, so it was sorta art.Road tripping and finding still more blogs I didn't reach during a-zOozing Out My Ears
LOL, nope you always surprise. i soooo want chickens, sigh. (())
This is ART! Love these cheery pictures.Happy Mother's Day!Kathy M.
What a fun photo! It is great fun to stop by today!
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