Sunrise: A mysterious blonde

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    Sunrise is one of the palest and most intricately patterned of 28 Ameraucana chicks who arrived on Flint Hill by US Mail from Iowa.

    She was six days old and weighed about two ounces when I photographed her.

    Sunrise turned out to be a boy.

    Strobist info is in a comment below.

    strobist, chook poo, mollyrabbit, and 10 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. Harald - HK [deleted] 97 months ago | reply

    2. dinali77 97 months ago | reply

      Cute !

      I think this bird image is really excellent. You are invited to post it to Excellence In Avian Photography. Please read the rules before posting your image.

    3. dinali77 97 months ago | reply

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    4. mollyrabbit 97 months ago | reply

      She's a beauty!

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    5. choirbell 97 months ago | reply

      This is a gorgeous shot!
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      Definitely a winner!!!
      You deserve another one.
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    6. ishootfotos 97 months ago | reply

      Awesome shot of this little chick! Love the "eye liner"! DOF ans softness of light is great - keeps your focus on the chick - well done!
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    7. rantfoil [deleted] 97 months ago | reply

      very cool setup.

    8. Debbi in California 97 months ago | reply

      You got a lot of nice comments on this, but I believe it would have been better if you would have shot straight on to the eyes of the chick and not slightly above it.
      Debbi

    9. Debbi in California 97 months ago | reply

      Here is what I meant. www.flickr.com/photos/52205665@N00/465363565/
      Can you shoot it again? It is a darling chick!

      Debbi

    10. Flint-Hill 97 months ago | reply

      Debbi is absolutely right. Dont miss her photo here:

      www.flickr.com/photos/52205665@N00/465363565/

      I mean, nobody but nobody looks down on peeps like this.

    11. Robin Smith 95 months ago | reply

      Fantastic image!! You are invited to add this awesome shot to:

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    12. Flint-Hill 95 months ago | reply

      Thanks for the invite, Robin.

    13. howker 95 months ago | reply

      Cute.

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    14. lonniec61 94 months ago | reply

      we have several Ameraucanas, they are great birds. love peoples reaction to the green color of the eggs. we have one Ameraucana rooster, what a beauty he is, good natured too. he came with a hen only order. We had a bantom hen go missing for about three weeks, she showed up last week with eight babies. the wife is on cloud nine!!! good luck with yours!!!

    15. Flint-Hill 94 months ago | reply

      Thanks, Lonnie. Ameraucanas are smart, handsome birds. Neat story about your bantam.

    16. veganmichele 91 months ago | reply

      Adorable, and great markings!

    17. ckilcline [deleted] 76 months ago | reply

      lovely eyes!

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