More Peeps

Aperture Priority, EF70-200mm f/4L USM lens, f/11, 1/125sec, ISO 500, Exposure bias 0step, focal length 78mm, pattern metering

It’s hard to tell which one comes first, the chicken or the egg. It’s very confusing, might be just like this post that is a perfect fit for Easter but posted on Halloween day.

Aperture Priority, EF70-200mm f/4L USM lens, f/4, 1/320sec, ISO 320, Exposure bias -0.3step, focal length 200mm, pattern metering
Aperture Priority, EF70-200mm f/4L USM lens, f/4, 1/200sec, ISO 250, Exposure bias -0.3step, focal length 145mm, pattern metering
Aperture Priority, EF70-200mm f/4L USM lens, f/4, 1/320sec, ISO 250, Exposure bias 0step, focal length 188mm, pattern metering

We visited Bo’s mom on Saturday and she has 9 new peeps that’s about 3 week old, more photos and video at this post.

Aperture Priority, EF70-200mm f/4L USM lens, f/4, 1/125sec, ISO 125, Exposure bias -0.3step, focal length 98mm, pattern metering

All photos were taken with the telephoto lens.

8 comments

  1. Congrats on the 9 new little peeps! Did the mama chicken just sit on the eggs or was there a special egg hatchery for them? This is very interesting to me.

    Chickens are difficult to chase and catch… but I see Bo has no problem here. 😉

    • Hi Cambree, the mama chicken sat on the eggs, but not all of them were hers though. Bo’s mom selected the big ones and snuck them into her nest. She has 11 more that should be hatching in 3 days. I will post that later this week.

    • seeharhed, Bo likes chicken, he raised them when he was little and he is now thinking about entering them into a show. We’ll see how this will turn out.

  2. Great pics, Nye!

    Sorry it is taking me so long to comment on your blog posts but I have been a little busy here preparing my novel for publication this month.

    • Hi Jeffrey, thanks. No worry about commenting here, I’m just happy to see that you are accomplishing something that you’ve been working on.

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