Lazy J Bar C

Lazy J Bar C

Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Wordless Wednesday - 10/03/2012


Every once in awhile, he charges me...
Linking up with Wordless WednesdayTones On Tuesday and Rural Thursday.

20 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

oh, i'd have to charge him back! :)

SweetLand Farm said...

Stupid rooster. We got rid of ours. He just kept getting more and more nasty to the kiddos. They couldn't even go outside w/o him charging at them for no reason. And I was sick of the crowing;)
But they sure are pretty!

Beth Edwards said...

such a cutie. i love the coloring there. (:

Linda said...

They can be nasty tempered, ca't they? My SIL's rooster cut her hand pretty badly with his spur...she required several stitches! Great shot for WW - thanks for linking up!

Alica said...

That's exactly why I only have copper roosters here! :)

Dianna said...

Great picture! When I was a little girl, a neighbor had roosters, and one cornered me between her screen door and wooden door. Who knows how long I cowered there til someone came to my aid!?
Thanks for visiting and commenting today! :)

Nancy Claeys said...

Naughty boy! :)

Evelyn S. said...

I don't like the idea of being flogged by a fowl...of any type or size!

Kristina said...

Ha ha ha! Gotta love our roosters.

Buttons said...

Oh yes I have been chased by a rooster nasty things sometimes:0 Love the pic though. B

edenhills said...

Looks like noodles to me!

Our Neck of the Woods said...

I know the feeling! I have to be careful around one of our roosters. Luckily he's never done serious damage to me haha.

Found you via the Rural Thursday Blog Hop! :)

Betty Manousos said...

sounds like the rooster is pretty curious, ooh, i have been chased by a seagull sometimes, can you imagine that!

first time here~i love your blog!

Susan said...

Beautiful colors - he only looks mildly dangerous...

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

Our rooster now doesn't mess w/ me, but our previous one was really rotten. Which is why he ended up on the grill.

Pat said...

He's a handsome bird.

lorik said...

In spite of this behaviour problems - he makes a great subject for a photo. I like the sepia finish - it emphasises all those interesting textures

Kathy Felsted Usher said...

Mine didn't like me much either until I decided to be the only one that gives them treats. Now they all run to the fence when I start walking down the hill. Handsome rooster!

Anne Payne said...

He certainly looks like he thinks he's the boss! Beautiful boy :)

Marie said...

I can sense him thinking about it! :-) Great photo...like a picture from the past.