In the center, yellow as yolk,
A hen laid her eggs as spring awoke.
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Mother hens lay their eggs in flowers, and when the chicks hatch, their features collects pollen. As the chicks enter adulthood they lose the pollen in their feathers – when they are white they are chickens!
Okay that’s not true; that idea just came up randomly :P
I know it’s been a long while since I’ve uploaded anything; I’m still pretty occupied, but we recently got these flowers in the apartment and I wanted to do something new with them before they die. (Same story goes for my Little White Peacock in a Field of Color)
Taken with an Olympus FE-340 on super macro mode.
The chicken was folded from a 15×15mm piece of paper. For a better idea of scale
I found the instructions online; courtesy of Gerwin Sturm. Check out his stuff at: http://www.scarygami.net/
He provides instructions for designs he came up with himslef and they are pretty cool. He’s also selling a book!
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