Peachicks with their mother would be a rare sight for some.
So beautiful, she seems to be proud of her chickens!
Lovely image…nice composition
Thats great as the only peahens I have seen are dowdy drab greyish things.
For such a beautiful bird they have such an ugly call especially when you are trying to sleep.
The only place I see it is at our zoo…so cute!
I love peafowl! How wonderful to get a shuttershot at a hen & chicks! You have done her justice!
Wow – who knew the chicks’ feet would be so big!
So cute! I’ve not seen peahens for ages. We have some peacocks at our little zoo but haven’t seen any babies. Have a great day!
I love your use of simple boarders. I normally believe the the shot should speak for itself. Yours do!
What a rare sight. Beautiful!
never seem paecock chicks before but as i’ve seen gownups I guess they have been here… Great composition
Nice close-up shot…..don’t think I’ve ever seen the chicks.
Indeed! a first for me to see them.
WOW!! Is that in the middle of town?
Rare for me for sure……now MOOSE chicks….that’s a different story!
Nice capture. Love to *look* at peacocks, glad there aren’t any in my neighborhood. ;-D
Oh how sweet! I’ve never seen peachicks, so to me they would be rare indeed. Funny how they look like, well, ordinary chickens.
They do have really big feet, how fun to see. They are very loud I found out.
I’ve never seen these before – very cool shot!
Hi, Jackie- Nice to reconnect. And thanks for rubbing summer into my face. I love the exoticness of peacocks, and always thought they came out of the egg exotic. Thanks for educating me!
Beautiful image of the two sweet little chicks (and the hen is really nice looking and colourful too).
Last time I saw a peacock was at a zoo. They were wandering around and my 3 year old granddaughter was chasing it. Fortunately she never caught it. Nice capture. Thank you for bringing back the warmth of summer.
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