Friday, December 2, 2011

Waiting for Me? (Fridays Fences)

Will anyone there at the beautiful gate,
 Be waiting and watching for me?

               Mary  Anne Hearn



 I pass this pair every other day. I love seeing them but I am sure they are not thinking the same. A fence with a twist.
  I assume the halter means they are friendly. I love the look of it hanging on this fence.
  Llamas are a little standoffish. Don't ask me how I know.


Later

23 comments:

  1. This is lovely! I love the quote you have with it too. So perfect.

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  2. Llamas have interesting personalities, I think. :)) I like how you've captured the llamas between the rails.

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  3. Love that... I like the textures in the fence here....

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  4. Love the composition of this shot. We have a Llama farm not too far from our house and one day I am going there with my camera!

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  5. They were just waiting for you to stop and take their picture! :)

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  6. Another old one that has stood the test of time. You have inspired me by the way, I am tired of all my steal fence posts and have decided to grow black locust to someday use for certain fencing and garden projects as thisparticular wood takes so very long to rot. From seed nonetheless so I might be old and gray by the time my first fence appears, but I am patient.:)

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  7. What is it about Llamas that makes me smile?

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  8. I am surprised the llamas don't chew on the halter. Maybe they like wearing it too.

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  9. You framed this shot wonderfully!
    Not sure I'd want to try to take a Llama for a walk. :)

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  10. i always thought all llamas would spit, heard that and had one doe it. but i got to pet one that was so sweet and friendly. so i guess they are like people, some are good and some are not. love the fence

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  11. Love this shot. So friendly looking. I love the halter on the fence.

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  12. Our neighbor has llamas and I have to say they have never come over to the fence the way horses do. I love that halter on the fence.

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  13. I loved how you framed them with the fence - thats probably how they feel - "framed" lol...maybe thats why they have that look in their eye that they are going to spit in your eye like an old greek fisherman whos been told that his fish stink...LOL

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  14. What a gorgeous photograph! I rather like gowestferalwoman's comment. Definitely not able to top that! Hope all is well and that you are enjoying your weekend.

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  15. We have some llamas in the hills where I run. They are beautiful looking animals.

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  16. I have no idea from experience, but I think alpacas might be sweeter?

    Great shot, B. :)

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  17. Llamas vs alpacas...they used to confuse me, but now that we have an alpaca farm just below our place I can finally tell the difference. They are both beautiful animals and such fun to watch. I think they all prefer sitting to standing. Great fence shot. genie

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  18. My friend does the llama thing. I think she has 2 of them. I know nothing, nothing, nothing about them except they are so big. She just got her first wool...yeah she is excited.

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