Cool shot, I once had a yellow Lab named 'Spud', how funny is that!
I am trying to imagine having llamas come running to me! I don't know if I'd be thrilled or terrified. Well, I know they can't really hurt me, but it's the spitting I heard about...What fun!Happy SSS!
Oh, I love llamas! And these are so cute! What a fun shadow shot! Hope you had a wonderful Christmas! Wishing you and yours a very Happy New Year! Look forward to more shadows! Enjoy!Sylvia
The winter shadows of the Green Mountains are stunning. The brilliance of the snow is tempered by the lengthy shadow. The llamas are of two minds, stay sun-blind and warm in the sun or cool down on a cold day under the canopy of the shadow. Nice looking animals, gorgeous landscape!
They sure are cute.
Stunning image! The llamas' coloring goes well with the landscape. Nice shadow too.
I know that Llama's are old news by now but I love them when I come upon them at the state fair or once on a trail in Colorado. They are just so cool.
Spud and Domino look like lots of fun! What a beautiful place for a photo, wish I could visit!
Llamas are just so cute... Love their little faces. You pick out the cutest names, Loran. They must not mind being out in the COLD.... Brrrrrrrr...Happy New Year.Hugs,Betsy
So cute! I hope you had a great Christmas :)
I can't imagine having a llama come when I call him for dinner! That's funny.Cute shadow shot.Hope you had a nice Christmas. Happy New Year soon!
Great post - we must take care of those animals we chose to have in our care.
We passed some llamas on the way from Brisbane to Sydney yesterday and they looked so content surveying all before them. Love your shot.
Somehow, Llamas always seem like such cuddly creatures. It must be their soft fur and sweet faces!
Post a Comment