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Unusual pictures..

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Jarrell, Apr 16, 2005.

  1. A pretty blonde lady, my niece.. walking her rabbit on a leash..
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    and her brother being attacked by a rooster..
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    The rooster is launching itself into the air in order to bring its spurs down onto his leg. Matt has been through this before and takes it all in stride. The little rooster figured he'd won the fight and commenced to crow about it.
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    As for the rabbit, it's a good bunny except when you come near its open cage on her back porch and then it gets a little mean. But if you lay it on its back..

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    it's just a big fuzz ball.
  2. Flew


    Jan 25, 2005
    Jarrell, are you sure that you got these in the normal universe?? :lol:

    Cool shots. 8)

  3. Very nicely done Jarrell!! I like the rooster shot best of all!! Great colors!! :D  :D  :D  :D 
  4. I appreciate it! It's not often I get a picture of a rooster on the attack.
  5. Steve S

    Steve S

    Feb 1, 2005
    SE Florida
    Alsmost sounds like some local paper's headlines

    Girl takes rabbit for walks on a leash!
    Banti rooster attacks it's owner!
    Rabbit hypnotised by turning it over on it's back!
    Very interesting shots, Jarrell. Always enjoy your stuff!
  6. Gale


    Jan 26, 2005
    Viera Fl
    LOLOL Really great stuff Jarrell,

    Thanks for sharing a bit of the unusual.
  7. celia bule

    celia bule Guest

    Nice. My favorite is the rooster :wink:
  8. Bubba


    Apr 12, 2005
    Great shots, Jarrell. I'm like Frank...I don't remember my roosters being so accommodating growing up. 8)
  9. NeilCam


    Feb 21, 2005
    Ottawa, Ontario
    Fun stuff Jarrell. Love the bunny.

    We used to have a rooster like that except it was about 3 times the size and all black. Used to have everyone in the place terrorized except my mother. First time it tried the dominance trick on my mum, she took a broom to it. Ever after that it just used to follow her around like a dog while continuing to attack the rest of us (including our two big labradors).

  10. Great stuff, Jarell, and one novelty for me. I have seen foxes and lynxes and other wild cats on leashes but never before a rabbit.
    Good shots of the rooster and the rabbit close-up - BTW.
  11. A rabbit on a leash - well that's a first for me!!!
    Looks like that rooster doesn't realize how little he is - acts like he's six feet tall! LOL
    Love the crowing pic, great colours!
  12. I agree... this Bantam rooster thinks he's as big as an eagle and as tough as a lion. The young man in the picture teases the rooster to get him to attack. It takes very, very little teasing.
  13. If I had to say which image impressed me the most it would be the pretty blonde lady (was that a rabbit she had). Now of course the colors on the rooster were amazing and the sleeping (or hypnotized) bunny were pretty special too. Good job Jarrell.
  14. Gordon, would you believe the camera was in the truck until I looked across the way and saw her coming with a rabbit on a leash.
    That'll get the camera outta the truck every time.. :) 
  15. I love this rooster shot. Is it with your Sigma 70-200?

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  16. Hello there Uncle Frank! Yes, this is with the Sigma.
  17. Thanks Uncle Frank. Yes, taken with the Sigma.
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