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Thursday, January 5, 2017

Llamas

I had forgot all about this farm that has these llamas.  I have passed it and even photographed them before.  It has been so far back I don't remember if it is the same llamas or not.

We never did see what they were so intent on...I told Roger I bet someone was coming to feed them or see them.

Though I don't have a close-up, I think llamas have the most beautiful eyes.


11 comments:

Stephanie said...

These are great Rose! Cool barn shots as well. Thanks for stopping by and commenting on my blog posts. Our weather is so cold right now, to go out to take photos. Whenever it warms up again, will head out to take some new shots.

Ginny Hartzler said...

I have never really noticed their eyes! I think they have very long lashes? This one is interesting...brown with a white face!

Mildred said...

Beautiful photos, Rose.

Francisco Manuel Carrajola Oliveira said...

Lindo e belos animais.
Um abraço e Bom Dia de Reis.
Andarilhar

eileeninmd said...

Hello, The llamas are beautiful. Wonderful photos. Happy Friday, enjoy your weekend!

Carol- Beads and Birds said...

Their eyes ARE beautiful. I grew up in Michigan City and spent MANY days at the lake. Back then it was free to get into the zoo and we usually visited a couple of times a week since we seemed to spend every single day at the beach and the zoo was just right there. Anyway, there were Llama in the zoo and we learned REAL early not to look into those beautiful eyes because the next thing you will see is hocker flying your way. I also learned not to stand behind a lion when he turns his back on you because they can point that thing right on you and you will get a pee spray. More than you wanted to know?

Have a really great day.
xx, Carol

Tom said...

I find them to be the strangest looking animals.

Sandra said...

they do have beautiful eyes and I love their funny smooched up faces. these are really pretty ones and I think you were right about food on the way.

don said...

I like your pictures of the llamas. They are so attractive looking with a nice color. Nice series.

L. D. said...

The have beautiful coats that are keeping them warm. They sure are looking for someone to come from another direction.

Felicia said...

love their long skinny necks and ears too. pretty barn.

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