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Two chickens out for an afternoon stroll in winter, near Kelso, Borders. They were starting out from the farm just behind me. Where were they going? The other side of the road or the end of it?

I seem to recall this was my first attempt at selective colouring (but am willing to be corrected by RBers with a good memory (or, who need to get out more)). This is perhaps my most favourite shot because it has caused so many other people to smile and add comments. Thank you all. I hope it continues to bring joy to many more.

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June 2010 Juried Invitational Exhibition

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Comments

  • sticky
    stickyalmost 7 years ago

    Fantastic, what a brilliant shot.

  • Keeli
    Keelialmost 7 years ago

    LOL . . . this is an awesome capture!

  • Douzy
    Douzyalmost 7 years ago

    So cute and funny. They look like an old couple, one saying “yes dear?” ;)

  • midzing
    midzingalmost 7 years ago

    brilliant,,, well done

  • Eugene Farrell
    Eugene Farrellalmost 7 years ago

    love it, super image

  • Tom Gomez
    Tom Gomezalmost 7 years ago

    Lovely shot …

  • H Maria Perry
    H Maria Perryalmost 7 years ago

    Red Chicken: “Look, I said to my husband, I don’t care why you crossed the road . . .”

    ROFLOL This is precious and funny as can be!

  • photogenic
    photogenicalmost 7 years ago

    awesome! magnificient!

  • Johan van Niekerk
    Johan van Niekerkalmost 7 years ago

    The title makes this one quite humourous – love the selective colouring. Good work!

  • Viviane Cathmoir
    Viviane Cathmoiralmost 7 years ago

    Love this Ranald – made me smile on a dark day..

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