Racing

Uploaded: January 10, 2002

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More of my babies. Thoughts?

Comments

Laura Johnson January 11, 2002

Michelle,

How unusual and lovely. I love the way you have captured them in one line. It has a wild and free mood to it.

Did you call them?

Lau #2894

Michelle Campbell January 11, 2002

Thank you very much. I actually didn't call them, but it was getting close to feeding time. There is actually 4 in line there, but you really have to look close to see the "hidden" one. They were running in their pecking order and my timing on this was lucky.
It's funny that I have really just begun to photograph what is in my backyard. I've worked long and hard on other subjects, but never just sat in one of the pastures and watched my own.
I can't wait until spring and the babies are born!
Michelle
#4610

Michelle Campbell January 11, 2002

Thank you very much. I actually didn't call them, but it was getting close to feeding time. There is actually 4 in line there, but you really have to look close to see the "hidden" one. They were running in their pecking order and my timing on this was lucky.
It's funny that I have really just begun to photograph what is in my backyard. I've worked long and hard on other subjects, but never just sat in one of the pastures and watched my own.
I can't wait until spring and the babies are born!
Michelle
#4611

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