Posts Tagged ‘chickens’



Yesterday Deb and I visited Possum Valley Animal Sanctuary with a group of lovely friends, to meet and photograph (and cuddle) the resident animals. The sanctuary is run by Chris and Mark, two dedicated humans who have created a haven for rescued farm animals and native wildlife. From alpacas to chickens, pheasants to possums, cows to goats, peacocks to donkeys, the animals now have a safe and happy place to live out the rest of their lives.

This pic of Francine the sheep was my fave of the day. I felt it did more justice to her watchful gaze to change the image to black and white. This is only my 4th B&W conversion and it’s a treatment that’s definitely growing on me. Some photos, and subjects, are just made for it.

Thanks so much for a lovely day out Chris, Mark, Deb, Dave, Di, Angie, Lorri, Linda, and Cath. And Francine.

Taken with Tamron Australia 70-200mm f 2,8 Gen 2 lens. #TamronProTeam#TamronCreates


The Four Ladies

Photographed these four chickens, all known as “Lady” for their mum. They were so fabulous to photograph!

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Taken using Tamron Australia 24-70mm f2.8 VC lens


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Free Range

Have a look at how fresh these eggs are! Straight from free-range chook to carton! They were kindly given to me by the lovely Barb from the WA Dingo Association. The two I’ve ‘samped’ so far had the deepest orange coloured yolks – magnificent and tasty!! Got to love the freshest of fresh food!