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June 27, 2010



by Andrea O'Connell

These precious chicks call my backyard home.

Photo by Andrea O’Connell

6 Comments Post a comment
  1. Palestinian Dragon
    Jun 28 2010

    They are blessed as are you…
    Birds and ducks know where they are safe…

  2. Andrea
    Jun 28 2010

    Hi Palestinian Dragon,

    what a lovely thing to say. Thank you so much. I feel blessed to have these lovelies come visit me! I’m moving on Thursday so I’ll miss seeing them grow up…. I have neighbors that love them, too. So, they should be okay.

    thanks again! 🙂

  3. Palestinian Dragon
    Jun 28 2010

    Gee, I hope that where you are moving will be just as filled with nature and all her glory…

    • Andrea
      Jun 28 2010

      I won’t be on the water as I am now, but will now be in close proximity to Butterfly World and a public nature park is really close by, too. There are waterways nearby, too…. but, I will miss waking up and looking out of my window to see the birds and ducks. Ah well, I’ll just have to work a little harder!

  4. auntdeedee
    Jun 28 2010

    Oh…oh…oh!!! How adorable! I had to save this pic to use as my computer screen background-I love the babies!

    I’m with Palestinian Dragon and hope there is alot of nature to observe and take photos of to share where you are moving to.

    • Andrea
      Jun 28 2010

      Hey Sherry! I love this picture, too! I just love how their little heads together form a heart! LOL…

      I am honored that you’d use it as your screen background!

      Yes, as I was telling Palesinian Dragon, I’ll not have the water in my backyard any longer, but will have parks and Butterfly World a lot closer to me… just a hop, skip, and jump!

      I love photographing nature….I sure will keep doing it! 🙂


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