A Non-Stop Supply of Chicken Selfies

What if a flock of free-range chickens decided to share their selfies with the world on their own blog? Well, these chickens are birdbrains, so they had a little help getting set up. Technogeek Jacob Bijani and photographer Noah Kalina set up a camera on the chickens’ stomping grounds, along with a motion sensor, flash, and a Raspberry Pi, all in waterproof shielding “at the request of Marcel the Rooster.” From there, it’s all automatic. The photos are immediately uploaded to the website and to Twitter.   

Some of the pictures are portrait quality, some are group shots, and many are chicken parts. Some are chickens clearly mooning the camera. And it’s not just chickens. Deer are particularly good at tripping the cameras, but you’ll also see raccoons, squirrels, chipmunks, birds, and the rare but surprising human. Many of the photos are available as NFTs. See them all at Chicken Photos. -via Everlasting Blort

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