New Baby Chickies - annotated (agriculture birds ). Photo by Rotty3

New Baby Chickies - annotated

Uploaded by: Rotty3

Saturday May 25, 2013

Perry, FL (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: New Baby Chickies finally arrived. Four different breeds (Americaunas aka Easter Eggers, Black Minorcan, Hamburg and Rhode Island Red). Cropped.


Manufacturer: Canon


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User Comment:

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About Rotty3


'Canes.... Tornadoes...Fires ... ? No worries here ... Pretty much all my photos are going to be downsized to comply with WU rules as the originals generally tend to be between 2 and 5 MB and about 2500 to 4000 pixels large. Cropping and other modifications will be noted. Unless otherwise noted, all images are taken in or around North Florida. (The new WU is really not user-friendly IMO). Also, ALL images should allow for pictures. Please let me know via WU mail if you find one that's not allowing comments so I can fix it (did I mention, I'm not tickled with the new WU site and its quirks?).

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