Cee’s Fun Photo Challenge: Alone in Majesty   15 comments


The view from the top is always the best, even in the animal kingdom. Goats will climb on a two-foot stump to get a better view. Children will climb for the shear joy of climbing. And how many of us have ever climbed to the top of a hill or mountain and marveled at the beauty of our surroundings? This chicken is obviously enjoying her aloneness as she surveys her surroundings.

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Posted December 10, 2013 by Cris in Americana, Cris Coleman, Missouri, Photography, Photos, Pictures

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15 responses to “Cee’s Fun Photo Challenge: Alone in Majesty

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  1. Pingback: Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge-Alone | WoollyMuses

  2. Hi, I used to have chicken when my grandpa was still alive. What I liked to do at the time was seeing the chicken walked on the fences and got them into their boxes in the afternoon. I also loved to steal their laid eggs and bothered the hens (what a naughty I was!). This photo reminds me the past. Thanks a lot Cris. :)

  3. That is so true. Nothing like a view from up high.

  4. Marvelous alone entry. Thanks for participating!

  5. . . .and then the chicken stood on top of fence, looked down and admitted, “I would have come up here sooner, but I was too chicken!”

  6. Good golly! Do I know my chickens or what?!?! Sorry. Eggs? That’s a good thing. I DO know that. Mt. Washington is in New Hampshire. It’s only 6,288. I am a piker compared to you! Nice work.

  7. I climbed Mt. Washington – and then kissed the ground when I got to the top! ;-)
    This guy looks like he hasn’t missed a meal. Great shot, Cris.

    • Thanks. This guy is a girl. Hee. Hee. Probably full of eggs. L)

      Is Mt. Washington in New Hampshire? Or Vermont? I forget which. I hear the ski slopes are scary slick, very icy. At least, that’s what a friend told me.

      The tallest mountain I ever climbed was Mt. Timpanogas in Utah—11,749 feet. I, with a church group, drove around the back side to a point about half way up, then hiked the rest of the way up the next day. Got to the top and it started snowing.

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