Sunday afternoon Tina and I chose to drive home from West Texas using the back roads. As we drove down the endless stretch of road I noticed 3 Llamas out of the corner of my eye.
Do I stop? Do I put the car in reverse and back up the shoulder? Yes and yes!!
These young ladies (honestly I have no idea if they are male or female – but they had beautiful eyelashes) stood and watched me walk to the fence. I slowly approached but avoided getting too close for fear someone would spit at me. Fortunately we had a friendly interaction. They allowed photos and even acted like they were expecting me to stop by and do a photo shoot!
And just in case you remember the post I did about Guard Donkeys you will be happy to learn that llamas are also used as guard llamas for sheep and other small farm animals.
The A – Z Challenge will run through April. Each day is a different letter and a different photo…I hope you all enjoy!
That’s pretty cool stuff! Guard llama… Who knew?
Guard llamas. I’m of course. Because who likes being spit at!! 😱
They are gorgeous and OF COURSE YOU STOP! That’s what bloggers/photographers/artistic ones do. 👍🏽
Yes we do!!
And ‘I’m’ is suppose to be ‘but’. I need to read my responses because auto correction is KILLING ME! And I have no idea what the heck that second emoji is or where I got it. It looks like a dang alien! I must have been half asleep when I typed that. Ugh!
LOL…I was excited to get an alien!! 😉
Llamas are adorable. I think it’s their little faces that have an expression that looks like they are suppressing a smile 🙂
They do have a little smirk about them!
Of course you stopped! I would expect nothing less! The first photo looks like a two headed llama. 🙂
LOL that’s hilarious…2 headed llama!! Those two stayed close to each other the entire shoot…maybe they were attached?!!