Saturday, July 11, 2009

Camera Critters #11

Here is a couple of pictures I took of an Alpaca. I wish I could have gotten some better pictures of it. But at the time it was raining, and all of the Alpacas were sitting in the barn. The only reason this one ventured out was because the workers were putting some water in their dishes, and this Alpaca wanted to get out of the way.

They were so cool! I think this was the first time I had ever seen one before. We saw these at a place called "America's Stonehenge." Which was a really cool place, that maybe I'll do a post on it at another time.





Camera Critters

35 comments:

  1. I've never seen them so shorn before.

    I played too :)

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  2. I love that he has been *defrocked*! Wonder if they keep the fur and spin it. Alpaca is such a wonderful yarn.

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  3. how unusual. i have never seen one before. its like it could be a mystical creature

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  4. Great 'trousers' he seems to be wearing! I love the photos...

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  5. Looks like he/she had just been shaved for the wool....

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  6. Those are such cute and funny photos! Thanks for sharing them.

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  7. Hi Sue,
    That would be cool seeing the Alpacas. I do like to see different types of animals. Thanks for sharing your pictures with us. :-)

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  8. How cute! We have alpacas very close by and I see them every day...they are such unique creatures!

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  9. Beautiful animal! It looks so soft!

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  10. How cute they are! I've never really seen one.

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  11. my first time to see white alpaca animal, thanks for sharing. ",)

    southbrowneyes

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  12. Ahhh... a freshly shorn alpaca.
    I just got an alpaca poncho - wonder if this little one contributed ;)

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  13. What an interesting critter. I don't think I've ever seen one.

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  14. what a beautiful white alpaca. thanks for sharing. i was amazed seeing him.

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  15. Aw, they're cute, we want one to play with!! Thanks for swinging by our blog, tail wags - JD and Max.

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  16. They are cute animals. I have only seen them in photos.

    Thanks for dropping by my blog.

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  17. I've never seen them groomed that way! Always thought they were attractive creatures!

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  18. Wow, I've never seen them after they had been shaved. They have such cute faces!

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  19. they are so curious looking!

    i checked out the america's stonehenge website. it looks really cool!

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  20. I love alpaca's! MY gram has a ton of them and one looks like like this one!!

    I am taking the July comment challenge and so that's how I find your blog - nice place!

    Brandy

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  21. What an amazing creature, I have never seens one before. Thanks for sharing.

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  22. Love the loooong neck. So cute and awkward looking!

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  23. Wonderful shots ;--)
    Hugs and blessings,

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  24. wow...so cute. This is my first time to see an animal like that. And the name is Alpaca?? We don't have an Alpaca here. are they nice to human??

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  25. Wow, that is a really neat animal! I've never seen one before, thank you for sharing your great pics!

    Also thank you for wishing me my blog anniversary :)

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  26. Looks like a very fun place to visit. They're sure interesting looking animals, aren't they?

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  27. Hi Sue,

    Unfortunately i no longer have time to maintain the Drop Stars Blogroll, so i will be removing it from my website.

    If you could remove the badge i would be grateful.

    Thanks so much for being my Drop Star in the first place :)

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  28. Please tell me it was sheared!?! Wouldn't it be funny if its fur grew that way? We have some lamas around here that I love to see, I'm sure Alpaca is even more interesting:)

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  29. Cool Picture of the alpaca. Today when we were in Big R they had leashes and collars for Alpaca's. They seem like such calm creatures.

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