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Tuesday, 14 April 2009

Travel Tuesdays #13: Cuban Chicks



This photo was taken in Cuba in March 2007.

Chickens roam freely in most of Cuba, pecking at the side of the roads - but these little chicks, up in a coffee-growing village which can only be reached by foot, don't have to worry about cars.

They're not in the least scared of humans, either, which may prove to be a mistake for them.


P.S. I've recently been interviewed/featured on a couple of different sites: The Guardian's travel tips site and Peter West Carey's blog. They're both great sites (in totally different ways), so even if you don't fancy reading travel/photography interviews with me, you should go and check them out anyway.

8 comments:

Ian said...

You should tag that 'photos of Cuban chicks'. Then you'll get a lot more page views :)

Chef E said...

Thanks for the tip! I will, and heard you are joining photo Friday as well...

I guess if I was hungry enough I might grab the chicken for dinner, but wouldn't have the heart to take off its head, and the idea of pulling feathers for some reason is a turn off too, so they will stay in the photo memory :)

Kazzy said...

My neighbor has a brown chicken that wanders around the street, but it looks totally out of place. These guys here look right at home as vagabonds!

Domestic Executive said...

Great to read these interviews and see things from your perspective. I don't know how you fit everything in!

Jenny Beans said...

Or the humans who approach and wind up getting pecked! What a beautiful Tuesday travel pic!

Jeanne said...

I'll be interested to hear how many stray travelers you pick up with this blog title.

Dedene said...

A provocative title! Congrats on your interviews. Off to read them now.

Lynn Stevens said...

Oh how I long to see the Malecón!

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