Lesson 1196 – The view of a Poultry Show from a teen

Okay, this will be the last post (for now anyway) with photos from the Northeastern Poultry Congress. You’ve seen my view of the show, you’ve seen my husband’s view, and now ….. it’s time to see what a 15 year old girl thinks of the poultry show.

Before we left, we gave a camera to my youngest daughter Emma and told her to go ahead and take all the photos she wanted. Many of her shots were blurred, (darn those quick moving birds) but she did manage to get a few really good shots.

Apparently, Emma likes chicken eye detail just as much as the rest of us do.


And she thinks that sleeping chickens are darling.


Tom turkeys are worthy of attention.


Apparently as are benches (?). She calls this one “Poultry Congress d’art.”


And I guess at one point she got a little tired of just waiting around with us.


My mother-in-law cross stitched that chicken bag.

Emma then turned her view to something that held great interest for her.


And finally in the “glad she didn’t disappoint” department – if you give a teen (any teen) a camera, you’re going to get a selfie.



Wendy Thomas writes about the lessons learned while raising children and chickens in New Hampshire. Contact her at Wendy@SimpleThrift.com

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Filed under All things chickens, Backyard Chickens, chicken care, Chicken fun, Life Lessons, Mama Hen, Personal, Teaching kids, The Family

2 responses to “Lesson 1196 – The view of a Poultry Show from a teen

  1. She’s so beautiful! Wendy! I meant Emma, not the chicken! 🙂

  2. fngrpntr

    Nice angles on “Poultry Congress d’art”! A budding pro photographer!

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