Monday, November 23, 2009

In the pasture

These three animals were what was in the pasture in front of yesterday's barn.
This poor donkey looks to be an old fellow....I did not even notice him till Roger pointed him out. I think I was so focused on the llama....I wanted it to look up at me but I could not get its attention for more than a second.

9 comments:

SquirrelQueen said...

You find some of the neatest old barns, I love this one. My attention would have been on the llama as well. The donkey does look like he is getting on in years, I didn't see him either until I read your caption.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

You have some great barns in your area, Rose. I hope you are making a collection that can be published.

Great picture of the llama and that old donkey...
Hugs,
Betsy

Jacob said...

Obviously, the old barn is being put to use. These are wonderful rural scenics. Llamas are trained from birth to ignore humans...I think. And old donkeys, well, they just get more stubborn. As least, that's what they say about me!

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

Lovely barn and farm pix! Nice textures!

don said...

Nice to see the setting for the barn. The donkey has "been there" and "done that" a few too many times to be impressed with a camera person! :-)

Tricia said...

That poor donkey sure does look old - Poor thing!

George said...

The donkey looks as if it has been around almost as long as the barn. It was neat to see the llama, however.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Ha! I've tried to get the attention of a donkey eating hay and forget it! Food is way more than interesting than a camera.

Mary said...

I really like the first shot with the llama....and nice barn. We have a farm around here that has dozens of different animals always out grazing together, but it is not a good place to stop for photos. It seems more common to have a few odd animals mixed in these days then it used to be. Maybe some are 4-H projects :-) I know 2 different places I pass with donkeys.

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