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Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Ok, I are MORE Alpaca photos!

Don't judge....

I just couldn't help myself...

I found my other camera which I also took Alpaca photos with and of course,
you know the rest of the story.

I had to share them with you one last time.


(Besides, this is purely for educational purposes!)

This is some of their "wool" bagged up and ready to process:

"It's not a bad life...we eat, drink, get sheared and do it all over again!":

"This is our social gathering spot. Pretty ritsy, no?"

" shots of me at the husband doesn't know I come here every afternoon!"
"Oops, I think that's him, coming in the door to look for me!"  "NOW you've gone and done it!":

"Now, he's passed out on us from the sight of it!
never mind....
That's not  HIM....
it's his twin brother.":
"He's just pure exhausted from YOU taking all those dang pictures!"

"He will never make it as a model in the fashion business!":

"Take my picture! I already wet my lips!":

Apparently, SOME of them even went so far as to show us some tail:


I think that is a great ending to my little adventure.....

Except for ONE LAST PHOTO.

This is the extent I go to 

to bring you fluffy, lovely, smart, adorable

Alpaca photos....

That's ME..

(In a not-too-flattering pose) 

doing what I love best...taking photos.


THAT is why I had to add this LAST Alpaca blogpost.

(Until I go back next year, probably).....


Tammy@Simple Southern Happiness said...

OH! thank you for the chuckle this morning, I love the narration.

OH my, the things we do for our craft. I am glad no one is around to take a picture of me.

Jeanette said...

Did one of those alpacs finally turn the camera on you?? You are certainly a dedicated photographer! Good thing they don't trample people!!

Brian Miller said...

haha....nice pic of you, smiles...and i know the feeling of being exhausted from someone taking your picture...

Unknown said...

I'll miss these photos. They've been so entertaining, along with your commentary!

MadSnapper said...

MORE I WANT MORE. i love these guys and laughed myself silly reading what they were talking about then got to THE END and it really was THE End... love love love it

Sandi said...

I love alpacas, think they are so I don't mind more photos, keep em coming!

Debbie said...

hahahaha.....i am sooooo glad you lied!!! these pictures are amazing.....and i hope you realize that you could be laying in "poop" but somehow i know you could care less!!!!

your a real trooper, taking one for the team!!!

i am sooooo glad i found you. one huge thank you to texwisgirl for pointing me in your direction. i LOVE it here!!!

Pat said...

I love your photo comments. Very funny. In the fifth photo, at first glance I thought that the pink "necklace" on one of the alpacas was the other alpaca's tongue! You know me.....always seeing something else in your photos! Ha ha! I love the one of you lying in the grass. You are brave...I don't care how gentle these guys are!

Betsy Banks Adams said...

That's just like ALL good photographers.. They show us their best side. Right????? ha ha

Great alpaca pictures. I love that little guy at the 'bar'.... ha

Unknown said...

Moe great photographs of the beauties.

Wanda..... said...

Loved the grouping under the trees!

Country Gal said...

Fantastic photos and post !
Yup thats me as well love taking photos , as for me I cant stand having my photo taken lol especially when I can be found in any position to take photos lol what people must think at times when they see me lol. Have a great day !

RNSANE said...

You are so brave, Joan...what if they had decided to step all over you?? Those alpacas are so cute all shorn! I didn't see the previous pictures so I truly enoyed these!

Midlife Roadtripper said...

They are so cute. Loved your comments.

SquirrelQueen said...

I'm not complaining, you can show me all the alpaca photos you want. Their faces are absolutely adorable and I am totally in love with their eyes.

Alan Burnett said...

The world centre for the alpaca fibre trade was Bradford - and in particular the mill and village of Sir Titus Salt, who lived just down the road from me. You can keep those alpaca photos coming and spin a fine story with them.

TexWisGirl said...

LOL! cracked me up!

Reena said...

This is a great post! Laughing out loud here ..very clever! Glad I have discovered you! New follower!

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